Police Brutality Victims Could Benefit By Talking to a Personal Injury Lawyer

By |2015-02-27T20:37:20+00:00February 27th, 2015|Legal Blog|

If you are the victim of police brutality, you need to contact a personal injury lawyer. The majority of police officers are committed, honest and ethical. They choose a profession where they are underpaid and overworked. Just going to work every day can be life-threatening and their days are extraordinarily stressful. However, police officers also [...]

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Tattoo Fails May Have a Personal Injury Claim

By |2015-02-26T16:54:37+00:00February 26th, 2015|Legal Blog, negligence, Negligence / Other Injuries, Uncategorized|

Some tattoo fails may entitle you to a personal injury claim. You have finally decided on the perfect tattoo; one that expresses who you are, one that shows your passion. You make the appointment. You go to the tattoo shop. You get inked. Then, you look in the mirror and… You wanted this... But you [...]

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Birth Injury: Conditions and Causes

By |2015-02-25T21:17:00+00:00February 25th, 2015|Legal Blog, Uncategorized|

Having you newborn sustain a birth injury is a terrible experience especially if it was preventable. While not all birth injuries stem from medical malpractice and negligence, unfortunately, a majority of injuries could have been prevented with diligent medical care. A recent study performed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) comprised a [...]

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Police Do Not Always Need Probable Cause

By |2015-02-23T15:11:54+00:00February 23rd, 2015|Legal Blog, Uncategorized|

 While police generally need a warrant to search you or your property, when it comes to searching your vehicle, they only need probable cause. In other words, an officer’s hunch without evidence of illegal activity is not enough to legally search your car. Examples of probable cause may include the sight or smell of contraband [...]

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Workers Compensation and Timing

By |2015-02-19T19:13:18+00:00February 19th, 2015|Employment Issues, Legal Blog|

You were injured on the job and need to apply for workers compensation benefits, now what? A workers compensation claim should be filed as soon as possible after the injury occurs. Failure to file for benefits in a timely manner could potentially allow a workers compensation insurance carrier to limit or even deny benefits completely. [...]

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Fleeing the Scene of a Car Accident

By |2015-02-17T19:51:05+00:00February 17th, 2015|Legal Blog|

If a person leaves the scene of an accident, even if he or she was not at fault, the person may face a variety of criminal charges. Additionally, if the person was at fault in the accident or a person was injured, the person may face stronger charges. This is especially true if the person [...]

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Personal Injury Medical Terms (Part 2)

By |2015-02-13T15:11:35+00:00February 13th, 2015|Legal Blog, negligence, Negligence / Other Injuries|

We’ve previously blogged about some common personal injury medical terms that you might encounter if you ever go through the personal injury lawsuit process. And while the terms we covered are important, the more we thought about it, the more we thought that the list was incomplete. So we’ve come up with a second list [...]

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Personal Injury Medical Terms (Part 1)

By |2015-02-12T19:56:50+00:00February 12th, 2015|Legal Blog, Negligence / Other Injuries, Personal Injury, personal injury lawyer|

The personal injury lawsuit process can be intimidating, especially for those who don’t have a medical background or who aren’t familiar with personal injury medical terms. To help you become more familiar with some of the important medical terms and phrases you might come across as you go through the personal injury lawsuit process, we’ve [...]

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Whistle Blower May Testify Over Takata Airbag Flaws

By |2015-02-11T15:20:26+00:00February 11th, 2015|Legal Blog|

(Bloomberg) — A former Takata Corp. engineer has told a U.S. congressional committee he’s willing to testify that he warned of deadly consequences before the company chose a design for air bags that were later recalled due to lethal flaws. […]

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