While a personal injury attorney can help you win a settlement for reimbursing your expenses after an accident, no amount of litigation or money will ever make the pain go away. The fact of the matter is that accident victims are human, and fixing problems isn’t just about paying medical bills. An accident can put…

Lawyers end up on the wrong end of a lot of jokes, and personal injury attorneys in particular seem to be a favorite target. The common stereotype is that personal injury lawyers are greedy “ambulance chasers” who race to get to a case first, and are only in it for the money. After 30 years…

No two auto accidents are the same. Angles of collisions, speeds at the time of the crash, and modes of transportation differ in each crash. Nowhere are these core differences more noticeable than in accidents involving motorcycles. From public misconceptions about motorcycle riders, the unique and often serious injuries that riders can suffer, and the…

E-cigarettes have been adopted by millions of users across the world. They are designed to deliver fewer carcinogens to the body by releasing vapor instead of secondhand smoke. However, there have been many reports of injuries when e-cigarettes have exploded during use. One of the most recent victims was a thirteen-year-old girl in Utah. She was left burned and…

Related Articles Beat the Odds: Use Experts to Assess Future Damages in a Personal Injury Case A personal injury case—also called a tort claim—is a fairly straightforward lawsuit: A plaintiff sues a defendant for damages that the defendant caused through their harmful actions. Usually, there is some payment to be made to the plaintiff for…

Even though the summer is nearly over, we’re still likely to see some very hot days before the fall weather settles in for good. Youth athletes and their parents should be aware that—although they’re usually thought of as summer problems—heat stroke and heat exhaustion are still dangers. Risk as Sports Activities Begin With the school…

An Indiana Court of Appeals decision might be moving toward adding to the body of precedent around Indiana personal injury sports cases. The decision, which allows the case to move forward, hinges on whether an action in a sport is considered within the bounds of normal activity, or whether it rises to the level of…

An energy-efficiency engineer that suffered multiple fractures in a 38-foot fall at a Philadelphia museum has won a $7.25 million settlement. On May 10, attorneys announced the agreement between the man and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Accident Details When the man arrived at the Rodin Museum on November 26, 2012, he allegedly asked a…

A 59-year old St. Louis man received a head injury early on Saturday, January 9th during a bar fight at an Indianapolis establishment. He died from his injuries the following Monday. Although the specific details of this case have not been released, one source noted that there are similarities to a death that occurred in…

Is there a dangerous intersection near you? A missing sign or a broken traffic signal that’s causing a safety issue? Even a pothole that’s been getting worse for weeks? Have you been wondering why no one has taken care of the problem? It might be simply because no one has reported it. A particularly dangerous…

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