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Will I win my personal injury lawsuit?

June 22nd 2017

A woman is driving her two children to school. She approaches an intersection and waits for a green arrow to turn left. The school is two blocks away. Her kids, both boys, are chatting and giggling. The light turns, giving the woman the OK to continue. But as she makes… Read more...

Personal injury cases show negligence happens across the U.S.

June 20th 2017

In 2005, the U.S. Department of Justice reported that 60 percent of cases in civil courts across the country involved personal injury claims. The data, released by the department’s Bureau of Justice Statistics, estimated that more than 400,000 personal injury claims were filed that year. More than half stemmed from… Read more...

Sleep deprivation causes semi-truck crashes

June 15th 2017

Sleep deprivation is a huge factor in crashes along the nation’s highways. Road-weary travelers trying to go a few extra miles before stopping to rest put their lives, and the lives of other motorists, at risk. The National Sleep Foundation took a poll more than a decade ago of adult… Read more...

Medical malpractice claims hold doctors, hospitals accountable for negligence

June 13th 2017

Saturday Night Live alumni Dana Carvey started suffering chest pains in 1997, according to People. Three years later, the comedian underwent a double bypass surgery in California to save his life, the magazine reported. When he awoke in his hospital bed, Carvey learned that his cardiac surgery had bypassed the… Read more...

Brain injuries affect nearly two million in the U.S.

June 6th 2017

Few injuries are as as permanently life-altering as a traumatic brain injury. It’s estimated that 1.7 million people in the United States sustain a traumatic brain injury, according to brainline.org, a website dedicated to the treatment and prevention of traumatic brain injuries. Of those people, about 52,000 die; 275,000 are… Read more...

What factors are considered in determining personal injury compensation?

June 1st 2017

You were hurt in an accident — and it wasn’t your fault. In order to win most personal injury cases, you must be able to prove that you suffered an injury and/or a financial loss as a result of someone else’s negligence or carelessness. There are several different ways to… Read more...

Why do personal injury lawsuits take so long to settle?

May 30th 2017

Courtroom dramas on television can wrap a case in an hour’s time. But in real life, many civil lawsuits, especially personal injury claims, can take years to resolve. That can be stressful and upsetting to a victim who is anxious to move on with his or her life. Personal injury… Read more...

Motorcyclists’ deaths of the cause of other motorists’ negligence

May 25th 2017

It’s fun to ride a motorcycle. The first sunny days of Spring often bring with it sights of motorcycles on the nation’s roadways. Nearly every day or weekend in the warm-weather months, men and women across the country bring out their motorcycles for a day of leisurely riding. The The… Read more...

Wrongful death cases can make national news, set precedents

May 23rd 2017

Like most states,  Pennsylvania and New Jersey recognize wrongful death lawsuits filed in civil court. A wrongful death claim typically stems when someone is killed due to the misconduct or negligence of another person or corporation. The surviving member’s of a victim’s family or the estate file wrongful death lawsuits… Read more...

May 18th 2017

Injuries can be physically and emotionally challenging, especially when they are the result of someone else’s negligence. A motorist injured in a crash might have permanent neck or back pain that prevents him from ever returning to work. A runner bitten by a dog might fear all animals afterward, give… Read more...

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