Will Your Injury Case End Up Going To Trial?
16 December 2019
Matters litigated under personal injury law do not generally end up at trial. By most common estimates, around 95% of cases will never see the inside of a courtroom. That's the simple answer, but there's a lot more going on than you might expect. Let's consider how a case might unfold, especially if it seems like a trial is a real possibility.
Submitting a Claim
With few exceptions, injury cases don't go directly to litigation.
Make Sure You Share These Details With Your Personal Injury Attorney
30 September 2019
If you are going through a personal injury case, you might be amazed at how much you're expected to share with your attorney. This may feel strange — sharing details of your health and medical records with someone you just met. However, it is your attorney's job to represent your interests in court, and they can do that more effectively when they know all the details. Here are three things you may feel awkward about sharing with your personal injury attorney, but should definitely share anyways.
Everything You Need To Know About Filing A Medical Malpractice Claim
26 July 2019
If you have been the victim of medical malpractice, your life can be permanently changed. You may also be entitled to financial compensation as a result of your injuries, pain and suffering, lost wages, or other consequences of medical malpractice. One of the biggest challenges, however, is proving a malpractice claim and reaching a fair settlement. By having a better idea of what the medical malpractice claims process entails, you can move forward armed with knowledge and greater confidence.
Common Arguments For Denying Workers' Compensation
20 May 2019
When looking at a workers' compensation claim, it's worth considering how it might be denied. This is especially the case if you have already dealt with one rejection and are heading toward appealing the denial. Here are some common arguments that every workers' compensation attorney has heard at some point.
The Client Isn't an Employee
Many companies hire independent contractors in order to skirt certain laws, including those governing worker injuries.