Over the last decade, cell phones and laptops have become as commonplace as TVs in our homes. Younger and younger children are being given unrestricted access to the internet and all that comes with it. iPhones and iPads are prime for apps like SnapChat, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook and have become the fabric of teenage social lives across the country.Read More
The insurance industry in the United States boasts one of the largest budgets in the country. Insurance company CEOs and CFOs are paid in the hundreds of millions of dollars per year and the profits seen by these companies average nearly $20-$30 billion per year. That’s a lot of money. Where is it going? Who does it really “benefit”? This lapse of transparency is where accident victims get hurt. Insurance companies receive monthly premiums that are meant to bolster the protection provided to accident victims in the event of a catastrophe. Then, when catastrophe strikes, the insurance company is nowhere to be found.Read More
Choosing a nursing home to care for our loved ones isn’t an easy decision to come to, and we trust that the choice we make will be one that keeps our parents or grandparents safe from harm. After all, most of the time the decision to place an elderly loved one in a nursing home is due to their inability to safely care for themselves anymore. As family members who care deeply for our loved ones it’s important that we prevent a situation where an elderly loved one can fall and sustain injuries such as broken bones or TBI.Read More
In our first series of articles related to Rideshare apps such as Uber and Lyft, we went into great detail regarding the requirements that need be met to be employed by the platforms. In this article, we’re providing our Uber and Lyft riding readers what they need to know should they find themselves in an accident while on a ride. We’ll always provide important information Rideshare drivers (or “partners”) need to know whether or not they’re transporting passengers.
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The law is there to protect victims of crimes–negligence, recklessness, assault, and medical malpractice to name a few. When one becomes injured at the hands of another who did not take their best interest into account before acting in a manner that they were aware could cause serious harm, the law stands to provide those victims with justice.Read More
Crime documentaries presented in various formats (news, tv series–fiction or non–and most recently on Netflix) always present witnesses during “depositions”. It’s often hard for those unfamiliar with the practice of law, or who have not taken part in litigation themselves to fully understand the difference between mediation, litigation, and deposition.Read More