Catastrophic injuries are life-changing events that result in permanent disability and, in some cases, death.
A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is the most common cause of death and disability in people. It is a severe and debilitating loss that occurs when the brain is struck or jolted from outside forces.
Birth injuries due to medical malpractice can occur for a number of reasons and can include irreversible brain injury.
Sexual abuse of a child is a horrific crime that has both civil and criminal penalties. The child, who can barely identify with oneself and lacks total consenting maturity, is left with life-long feelings of doubt, despair, depression, and embarrassment.
An incorrect diagnosis, or mistaken diagnosis, is what is commonly known as a misdiagnosis. The outcome from a misdiagnosis can range from minor injuries to severe and life-threatening injuries, and even death.
When you purchase a home, you expect to acquire a well-built, defect-free structure that will offer shelter and protection for a long time.
Insurance serves a very important purpose. It provides essential financial aid for damage caused by accidents and emergencies.
California has a law named the “bad faith” statute which states insurance companies must NOT act unfairly or in “bad faith” to persons they insure.
School-aged children often face unwanted, aggressive behavior that is commonly known as bullying. This behavior includes threats, the spread of rumors, physical assault and battery, inappropriate contact, and verbal torment.
A car accident is a serious event that can result in catastrophic injuries that often leave victims temporarily and permanently disabled.
Motorcycle riding is a favorite mode of travel for millions of people in the United States. The thrill and freedom of the open road lures countless Americans into buying motorcycles each year.
Although car accidents are more common than truck accidents, crashes involving large trucks are more likely to cause serious injury or death, even if the truck driver is not harmed.
Products liability cases can be complex. Medical professionals, engineers, and other experts may be called to testify to prove that the defective product directly caused a plaintiff’s injury.