Category Archives: Personal Injury
Can You Bring A Personal Injury Claim Against Someone For An Intentional Injury?
Were you injured by the wrongful actions of another party? You may be aware that you can bring a personal injury lawsuit against a negligent person, business, or organization that is responsible for your accident. What happens if you are intentionally harmed by another? Can you still bring a personal injury claim? The answer… Read More »
No Compromises On Juries?
In life, when there is disagreement, coming to a compromise is often a good thing. A little give and take, a little negotiation, and some flexibility, are helpful in resolving disputes. But when it comes to serving on a jury, or a jury’s decision, compromise can not only be a bad thing, but it… Read More »
That Cruise Ticket Does A Lot More Than You Think It Does
Now that COVID has thankfully subsided somewhat, many people are taking back to the seas in the form of cruising. If you are injured on a cruise you may think the process of suing is about the same as it would be anywhere else. But that is not the case, thanks largely in part… Read More »
Dog Mauling Demonstrates How Companies Can Be Liable For Animal Attacks
When dogs injure people you probably already know that their owners can be held liable for the injuries that the dogs cause. But organizations that own or control dogs can be liable as well, and the problems and errors that can lead to lawsuits were recently demonstrated in a tragic mauling of an organization’s… Read More »
Personal Injury Claims In Florida: Non-Economic Damages
According to the National Center for Health Statistics, nearly 40 million Americans seek emergency medical attention for injuries each year. If you were injured because of the careless or reckless conduct of another party, you can hold them liable for your damages. Damages are about more than just out-of-pocket losses. You have a right… Read More »
How A Demand Letter Can Help You Get A Personal Injury Settlement In West Palm Beach
According to official federal data cited by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), nearly 40 million people go to the emergency room for injuries each year. If you were hurt in an accident that was the fault of another party—motorist, truck company, property owner, business, etc—you have the right to seek compensation… Read More »
Why Are You On The Property? It Matters If You’re Injured
When you go on someone’s property and you are injured, you probably think the law will treat you as equally as anybody else that would have gotten injured. In other words, it doesn’t matter who you are or why you are on the property; if you were injured because of someone else’s negligence, you… Read More »
Make Sure Your Negligence Case Isn’t Really Medical Malpractice
When you are injured by a doctor or in a medical setting, you may just assume that your case is one for medical malpractice. But before you just make that assumption, it[s important to understand whether you were actually injured by medical malpractice, or other ordinary (non-medical malpractice) negligence. Why it Matters But why… Read More »
What Happens When Businesses Try To Blame Other Businesses For Your Accident?
It is a natural human reaction: When we do something wrong, or someone says we do, and we want to escape responsibility, simply blame someone else. The blame game is not just commonplace in our human interactions, but it is also common in the world of personal injury. Multiple Responsible Parties It is often… Read More »
Distracted Driving Comes In Many Forms, And Most Are Deadly
Would you drive a car, when you couldn’t see? Probably not. But that’s what many of us do, without knowing, when we are distracted in our vehicles. Texting Behind the Wheel Texting while driving is the distraction that so many people have spoken about. You may not realize it, but your vehicle can travel… Read More »