Playground accidents are a prevalent issue in the United States as each year emergency departments treat over 200,000 children under the age of 14 for an injury sustained on a public, private, or school operated playground.1 The types of injuries and extent of damage varies by incident, but approximately 45"..."
A personal injury case is a legal dispute that arises from an accident or event where someone was personally harmed or injury due to the legal responsibility or liability of another person or entity.1 There are several forms of personal injury cases, but some of the common types include car"..."
A personal injury lawsuit is a civil action or legal dispute between a plaintiff who claims injury and a defendant who is being sued based on the plaintiff’s theory that, because of a harm or injury caused by the defendant, compensatory damages are owed to recover monetary damages from such"..."
There are many considerations that are taken into account when considering if an accident or injury should be pursued through a personal injury lawsuit. One of the leading factors that many injured parties overweigh when deciding to pursue a claim is the prospect of testifying at court. However, though testifying"..."
A personal injury claim is a civil legal dispute that arises when a person is harmed from an accident or injury which is formally resolved through a determination of liability and damages.1 In the event that an injury or accident, proceeds to filing a personal injury lawsuit there are standard"..."
It is 6 p.m. on a Friday night and your weekend is just about to start after a long week of late nights in the office. As you are driving downtown, a negligent driver runs a red light at excessive speeds and collides into the side of your car. This"..."
Negligence is a cause of action based on the principle that people should be held to a certain level or standard of conduct; violation of that standard warrants financial compensation for behaving or performing in a way that places others at an unreasonable risk of harm.1 Elements of Negligence There"..."