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Common Myths About Personal Injury Claims

Personal Injury Claims

Every year in the United States there are over 30 million emergency room visits for unintentional injuries. Of course, many of those injuries are self-inflicted. But if an injury has been caused either as a result of the direct actions or negligence of another person or persons, then you may have a personal injury claim.

If you’ve never been through a personal injury case before, you may have heard some things that seem plausible but are actually myths when it comes to personal injury cases. We discuss a few of these myths below. Read More

The 4 Parts of Workers’ Compensation Litigation

Worker’s Compensation

If you are facing workers’ compensation litigation, you may wonder what is going to happen and how long the process is going to take. Many people are surprised to learn that it can take up to two months to get a hearing date, and that the insurance company has the right to file an appeal. The fact is, the workers’ compensation process can go on for an indefinite amount of time. Read More

What Evidence is Gathered During the Early Investigation of a Truck Accident?

Truck Accident

After a tractor trailer accident occurs, and a regular passenger vehicle is involved, it is crucial to begin investigating as quickly as possible. As time passes, more and more evidence may get lost or forgotten, making it more difficult for the accident victim to recover compensation.

Some of the specific reasons a person should hire an attorney to begin the investigation process right after a truck accident can be found here. Read More

Do Hospitals Profit from Surgical Errors? What to Do if You’re a Victim

surgical errors

According to information taken from a study in the Journal of the American Medical Association, there are some hospitals that may earn a profit from mistakes or surgical errors they make.

The study mentioned above evaluated more than 34,000 surgical patients in 2010 at a hospital that was run by Texas Health Resources. This is a very large non-profit hospital system in the U.S. Approximately 1,820 of the patients being treated at the hospital suffered from one, or more than one, preventable complication. Some of the most common complications were infected incisions, pneumonia and blood clots. Read More

Why Murder Sometimes Becomes a Wrongful Death Claim

Wrongful Death

If someone murders a member of your family and that person is found not guilty, is that the end of your quest for justice?

The answer is ‘no,’ because the law gives you the right to file a civil suit against the person you believe killed your loved one.

This is known as a wrongful death claim, and it may provide you with justice after a not guilty verdict in a criminal case. Read More