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Do I Have a Medical Malpractice Case?

There’s nothing quite as overwhelming as being the victim of medical malpractice. While it’s common to believe that an error always constitutes medical malpractice, it’s important to remember that a bad outcome doesn’t always warrant a claim. Doctors and other medical professionals are not perfect and because so many common illnesses have symptoms that mimic…

  • Communities Failing to Test or Treat Toxins in American Drinking Water

    Environmental Lawyer: Concern for Communities Failing to Test Toxins Environmental Lawyer – Reports claim that four million Americans could be drinking toxic water and may not even realize it. Water supplies in more rural and remote communities where utility companies service smaller populations have been found to carry water that contains extremely high levels of…

  • Kansas Oil-Drilling Explosion Injures Five

    Construction Accident Lawyer: An oil-drilling explosion, which took place south of Sharon Springs in Wallace County, Kansas, on Monday, December 12, seriously injured five workers. That morning, the workers were adding pipe on a rig when the gas drifted upward and covered the deck floor of the warming hut, which contained running heaters. The combination…

  • Rollover Crash Involving Several Vehicles in Loop 101

    Auto Accident Lawyer — A crash that involved at least four cars and caused a truck to rollover closed the Southbound ramp of Loop 101 early Tuesday morning. Hazmat crews were called to the scene when it was discovered that the truck, which was carrying pool chemicals, was leaking materials onto the roadway. The Arizona…

  • Tennessee House Fire Claims Four Children’s Lives

    Catastrophic Injury Lawyers: A house fire in Tennessee in the early morning hours of Monday, December 12, around 3:34 am, claimed the lives of four children. After receiving a call, firefighters from Springfield arrived within four minutes and found the front of the house was engulfed in flames. The four children, ages, 4, 7, 8,…

  • Statute of Limitations for Civil Injury Lawsuits

    As per the legal law “statute of limitations”, it is important to file a lawsuit that takes place as a result of injury or accident within a certain time period. Otherwise, the legal claim of the injured person would be barred and the legal right provided for him to sue will be lost. When it…

  • New Developments in DUI Law

    Over the summer, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down a ruling that immediately impacted the way DUI cases are prosecuted and defended in Pennsylvania. The Court ruled that a driver who is arrested under suspicion of DUI may not be subjected to a warrantless blood test to test for alcohol — but may be subjected…

  • Is Your Home Ready for Winter?

    We’re still feeling the heat of summer on the East Coast but harsh winter weather isn’t far away. Autumn is the best time of year to fully inspect your home to make sure that it’s ready for inclement weather and that you are protected against liability due to injuries that might occur on your property.…

  • Is Your Child’s Backpack a Pain?

    As middle and high school students return to the classroom, the concern of how much weight they’re carrying in their backpacks is sure to arise. A study conducted by University of California in Riverside found that there are reasons to be concerned: Most students said they hurt, at least a bit, from their backpacks; 64%…

  • College Prep: 4 Tips for Parents

    If you’re sending your child off to college this month, you’re likely dealing with a range of emotions. As you prepare for this bittersweet moment, here are a few important legal matters to consider: Medical Difficulties: Even though your child is a student, he/she is an adult according to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability…

  • Homeowner’s Insurance: Your Best Defense

    If you’re purchasing or refinancing, your mortgage lender will require at least a minimal homeowner’s insurance policy to protect them in cases of unintentional damage or destruction by fire, smoke, wind, hail, theft, vandalism or another similar event. Your home is a valuable investment, so it’s best that you cover protect your own interests as…