After an accident, a personal injury journal can become a key piece of evidence that helps your attorney pursue maximum compensation for your medical bills and lost wages, but most importantly your pain and suffering. Your journal should include the right… Read More
Trampoline parks have grown in popularity across the U.S. and are part of a billion-dollar industry. However, the industry remains largely self-regulated with no federal oversight. Because of this, parks are less restricted to follow strict safety rules,… Read More
The Arizona Department of Transportation has released its latest Pedestrian Action Safety Plan, which compiles statistics about pedestrian accidents that occur in the state. It reports that a higher number of pedestrians are killed in motor vehicle crashes… Read More
Pedestrians do not have the same protection as those in a motor vehicle when involved in an accident. Vehicle versus pedestrian collisions often result in severe or deadly injuries for the pedestrian.
According to a new report released by the Governors… Read More
The majority of personal injury claims end in a settlement in which the insurance company enters into an agreement with you for the injuries you have suffered. The amount of compensation you receive is usually limited to the settlement amount, even if… Read More
When veterans are no longer able to work or obtain gainful employment due to a service-connected medical condition that is not rated at 100 percent, they may qualify for individual unemployability (IU) benefits, also known as total disability based on… Read More
Many people use social media to talk about things going on in their lives, including information about a recent accident. However, in a personal injury claim, you run the risk of anything you post online being used against you. It is important to understand… Read More
As deputies, National Guard troops and coroners continue searching for human remains, the death toll from the Paradise Camp fire in California has increased to more than 60 people. The number of missing people has also increased to 631.
The fire that… Read More
Last Friday, the University of Southern California (USC) agreed to pay $215 million in damages after dozens of patients filed lawsuits accusing longtime campus gynecologist Dr. George Tyndall of sexual abuse. The settlement would provide at least $2,500… Read More
More than 2.8 million traumatic brain injuries occurred in the U.S. in 2013, according to the most recent data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). September is National Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness Month, a time when it is especially… Read More