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The Life Care Expert Is A Necessity In Catastrophic Damage Cases
When calculating the damages that an accident victim sustains, it’s not just prior medical bills or expenses or lost wages that have to be considered—it’s also the expenses and bills that may be incurred as a result of the victim’s injuries in the future. We often think of future medical procedures, future medical bills,… Read More »
Handling Emergencies Inside Rideshare Vehicles
We often talk about car accidents in rideshares like Uber or Lyft. But other problems can emerge as well–specifically, criminal activity or threats of criminal actions, while inside the vehicle. Those threats can be made by the driver or the passenger, but either way, being mindful of your safety inside a rideshare is of… Read More »
What Happens If The Defendant In Your Case Goes Bankrupt?
If you are injured in an accident, you just assume that someone on the other side of the case will be there to pay whatever dollar amount you may settle for, or whatever the jury orders must be paid to you. But what if they are not? What if the other side in your… Read More »
Why Are Medical Malpractice Cases Difficult To Win?
If you think you have been a victim of medical malpractice, you may think of malpractice as simply being just another type of personal injury case, and you could believe that just any personal injury attorney can handle your malpractice case. But that isn’t the case. In fact, malpractice cases can be very difficult… Read More »
Signs And Symptoms Of TBI In Minors Can Be Difficult To Recognize
Many of us understand what a traumatic brain injury (TBI) is, and what the possible signs and symptoms of a concussion are. We have been trained to look for TBI based on the events of our accident, and on differences in mood and affect that occur after an injury that involves some kind of… Read More »
Fewer Cars, More Deaths? It Happened In 2020
It is no secret that traffic deaths and accidents are on the rise. Whether pedestrian accidents or car on car accidents or fatal accidents or hit and run accidents, virtually every measure of car accidents is on the rise, and has been increasing for many years now. But one thing doesn’t make sense. How… Read More »
That Manicure Or Pedicure Could Be Pretty Dangerous
In the world of dangerous activities, and when thinking of things that can potentially cause you serious harm, a day at the spa or the nail salon is hardly the first thing that may come to your mind. But you may be surprised to know that under the right (or the wrong) conditions, getting… Read More »
How Can You Tell If Someone Is Being Abused Or Neglected In A Nursing Home?
When a loved one goes into a nursing home the family is understandably concerned about the family member’s safety. But what many family members may not even anticipate, is how incredibly hard it can be to even know if a loved one is being abused or neglected in a nursing home. Why is it… Read More »
Problems In Proving Emotional And Mental Trauma
There is an inherent contradiction when it comes to injuries in a personal injury case. On the one hand, emotional trauma can be the most devastating effect of an accident. The consequences on your life that result from depression, anxiety, PTSD, or lack of focus or concentration can both alter our lives, as well… Read More »
Rideshare Drivers: Employees Or Contractors? It Makes A Difference For Accident Victims
Are Uber or Lyft (rideshare) drivers employees of these companies, or independent contractors? There are a lot of issues that relate to this fundamental question, but from a car accident victim’s standpoint, the answer to these questions can make a big difference. That’s because a driver that is an employee allows a victim to… Read More »