Types of Damages in a Personal Injury Case

When you are injured due to the negligent or malicious actions of another, you may press charges. This type of a suit is typically known as a personal injury case and how these cases are handled and processed is governed by personal injury laws. One of the key terms to understand when wading into personal injury law is damage.  Defining Damage While the term damage can be used to describe injuries, setbacks, humiliations, and the loss of wages that you may suffer after an injury, in legal terms, damages refers to the amount of money you expect from the party that injured you based on the suffering you have endured. [Read More]

3 Reasons To Consult An Attorney Before Settling An Auto Accident Case

When you've been in an auto accident, the thought of paying all of your medical bills and other accident-related expenses as quickly as possible may be at the front of your mind. While immediate compensation can be helpful at first, it quickly becomes clear that you might have settled for less than you could have. Below are three reasons why quick settlement may be a bad idea and how an auto accident attorney can help you. [Read More]

Erroneous Treatments Can Have Devastating Effects On Patients

The case of a doctor who has been gaming the system of payments for medical care has been in the headlines in the last few days. That doctor, a prominent cancer doctor, has been giving healthy patients chemotherapy. Those patients didn't need chemotherapy because they didn't have cancer. That doctor, Dr. Farid Fata, will be facing the sentencing phase of his trial during which he find out how long he will spend behind bars. [Read More]

3 Keys To Winning Your Motorcycle Accident Case

If you are injured in a motorcycle accident, it can be a debilitating, scary time in your life. To make sure that you begin a solid recovery process, you will need to cover your bases from a legal standpoint. By putting your best foot forward in the legal arena, you will be able to get the payment that you need to heal your injuries, cover your rehabilitation costs, fix your bike and pay for pain and suffering. [Read More]