Personal Injury Attorney

  • Why You Should Still File a Claim if You’re Partially At-Fault

    One of the most common reasons that injury victims wait to reach out to a personal injury attorney is because they are unsure whether they have grounds for a case. When you have been seriously injured and someone else is primarily responsible for the accident that caused your injuries, they should be held accountable to

  • Top 5 Reasons A Personal Injury Attorney Might Not Take Your Case 

    If you have been harmed in an accident because of another person’s wrongful actions, you deserve restitution for the losses and injuries you sustained. Yet, even though many people assume that personal injury attorneys will take on any case that walks through their door, this is not always the case. In truth, there are actually

  • Securing Recovery After Suffering A Traumatic Brain Injury

    Any injury has the potential to disrupt a victim’s life and ability to enjoy activities they love. This is very true for victims of a traumatic brain injury (TBI). There are a wide range of causes of a TBI, and victims suffer from different symptoms. If you or a loved one is the victim of

  • Types of Burn Injury Claims: Causes & Liability 

    In the United States, burn accidents are incredibly prevalent. In fact, according to studies by Johns Hopkins, fires and burns are the fifth most common cause of accidental deaths in children and adults and account for almost 3,500 deaths annually. Although most burn injury accidents are minor and only result in minimal pain and redness, burn injuries

  • The Differences Between Punitive and Compensatory Damages

    If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident, you may be entitled to recover multiple forms of compensation, depending on the circumstances and the facts of the situation. Yet, although most victims often receive compensatory damages for the harm they endured, there are some cases where punitive damages may be available.

  • How Whiplash Can Leave You with Lasting Pain and Trauma?

    Motor vehicle accidents are a primary cause of most neck injuries, and neck strains often referred to as whiplash. Yet, although these neck injuries happen quite frequently in the United States, too often, they are left untreated or mistreated and result in long-term suffering, pain, and disabilities.  For these reasons, we have prepared the following

  • Should I Take My Personal Injury Case to Trial or Settle?

    Once you file a personal injury claim against someone who harmed you, the defendant or their insurance company will look to pay out the lowest amount possible to you. At some point after you file, settlement negotiations are likely. The vast majority of personal injury claims, especially those involving traffic accidents, settle long before going

  • How Can a Pre-existing Injury Affect My Personal Injury Claim?

    Pre-existing injuries, sometimes called pre-existing conditions, refer to any health issues or bodily injuries a plaintiff had prior to the event that serves as grounds for a personal injury claim. If you are involved in a slip and fall accident, a car accident, or some other event, you must evaluate what pre-existing injuries you had

  • Common Signs of Truck Driver Negligence 

    According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), the agency that regulates the trucking industry, more than 100,000 large truck crashes occur on the nation’s roads and highways each year, including several thousand fatal crashes. Although motorists can cause a treacherous truck accident, truck driver negligence leads to many preventable truck crashes. The law


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