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Aftermath of Catastrophic Injury and Legal Process

When someone is injured in an accident, they face challenges, such as not being able to work, having to pay for medical expenses, and possibly obtaining compensation from the person who caused the accident. When catastrophic injuries are involved, the aftermath and legal process can be even lengthier and more arduous. Types of Catastrophic Injuries Read More »

What are the Common Types of Defective Products?

As consumers, we trust the products we use have been designed and tested to be safe, but that is not always the case. Defects that develop from the time a product is first conceived to the point where it reaches the store shelves can often pose a risk to consumers. Most recently, more than 40 Read More »

Who is Liable in a Catastrophic Injury?

A catastrophic injury can significantly affect a person’s physical body, cognitive status, ability to work, and their independence. This type of injury commonly requires emergency care, hospitalization, surgery, and ongoing physical or cognitive rehabilitation, and can result in temporary or permanent disability. Catastrophic injuries are likely to limit a victim’s earning potential or prohibit them Read More »

Who is Liable for a Catastrophic Construction Accident?

Construction workers do jobs that are essential to our nation’s infrastructure and economy. However, that work is often incredibly risky. Safety training, policies, and equipment protects construction workers across the country every day but preventing every accident is impossible. A construction accident leaves physical pain, medical bills, and emotional trauma for the victim. Who is Read More »


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A Message to Our Clients About Coronavirus COVID-19

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