Serious and fatal injuries. Pedestrian and slip-and-fall accidents. Dog bites. Insurance denials.
Car, truck, bus and commercial vehicle accidents. Motorcycle, bicycle and boating collisions.
Drug and theft crimes. Domestic violence and sex crime charges. Check fraud.
Drugged and drunk driving charges. Field sobriety, breath and blood tests. Loss of license.
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Arbitration is often used for the resolution of commercial disputes, including terms of employment or commercial contracts.
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The Difference Between Personal Injury & Wrongful Death Claims Despite the fact that both a personal injury claim and a wrongful death claim involves negligence that results in personal harm, they are two very different types of claims. A wrongful death suit and not the same as a personal injury suit. Both types of lawsuits arise when the negligent, reckless, or intentional actions of someone … Read More
The Difference Between Personal Injury & Worker’s Comp It’s not uncommon for personal injury cases and worker’s compensation cases to be confused. Sometimes worker’s comp cases are even referred to as a type of personal injury case even though that is not the case. In fact, they are two different types of cases but it can sometimes be difficult to tell the difference between the … Read More
How Often Personal Injury Cases go to Trial Most personal injury cases get settled fairly quickly and very few ever make it to trial. According to the government, in the United States, only four to five percent of personal injury cases go to trial, the rest are settled pretrial. The time it can take for a personal injury case to even make it to trial … Read More