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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…

  • Social Media’s Impact on Personal Injury Cases

    According to statista.com, in 2015 73 percent of Americans had a social media profile. Of that number, there are 1.44 billion monthly active users of Facebook, over a billion YouTube subscribers, 236 million monthly active Twitter users and 77.6 million Americans are active on Instagram. Now that social media has become the go-to place to…

  • You’re in a Car Accident – Now What?

    From a fender bender to a serious crash, a car accident can leave you feeling sore, distressed and sometimes can result in long-lasting injuries. If you or a loved one are involved in an accident, it’s important that you know what to do to protect yourself and recover financially. Important things to remember if you’re…

  • Halloween and Trick or Treating Safety

    Halloween is right around the corner. The haunted houses, hayrides, and pumpkin carving are just some of the many fun ways to celebrate. Perhaps the most highly anticipated Halloween activity is trick or treating. This weekend, communities will be filled with little ghouls and goblins collecting as much candy as they can get their hands…

  • School Bus-Related Pedestrian Accidents

    Every day, parents with children rely on school buses bring their children to and from school safely. School buses are large, high capacity vehicles that often transport as many as 60 students at a time. The U.S. Department of Transportation states, “School buses are the safest mode of transportation for getting children back and forth to…

  • Tractor Trailer Accidents: Avoidance, Safety & Recovery

    When it comes to driving, one of the scariest things that you can experience is being on a dark, narrow, or curvy road next to a tractor trailer. In many instances, you find yourself slowing down to drop a safe distance behind them, or speeding ahead so that you aren’t trapped between the side of…

  • The Dangers of Faulty Wiring

    You have been looking for a great house to rent for months. Something within your budget but also in a good school district for the kids with a yard for the dog. The list was a bit expansive but you finally found it. You move in and get settled, everything is going so well. You…

  • Nursing Home Neglect: Protecting Your Loved Ones

    It was a hard decision to put your 83-year-old mother into an assisted living facility. You weighed the pros and cons and discussed it with family at least one hundred times. Finally, you saw you were not giving her the attention she needed. You knew this would be better for her. She needed someone to…

  • Herniated Discs & Back Pain

    It’s a beautiful Sunday afternoon and you’re on your way to the baseball game with your wife and two children. There is nothing much better than sun, baseball and family in your book. You come to a light and stop. A minute later your car is hit from behind, hard. You ask yourself what happened,…

  • Summer Safety: Unqualified Lifeguards

    You have been able to save enough to go on a family vacation for a week with your wife and two children. You book a wonderful trip to the beach. The hotel is a little pricey but it is worth it for the water park that is attached. Your kids will get to have the…

  • The Victims of Texting & Driving

    Imagine your son is on his way over to visit for the entire weekend. You haven’t seen him since he moved out of state so you’ve been excited for weeks. He was supposed to arrive thirty minutes ago and you haven’t heard from him. Finally the phone rings with some bad news. Your son was…