Common Holiday Personal Injury Claims 

Personal injury cases are very common throughout any given year, but the types of claims may change considerably over the course of the year. This is especially true during the holiday season beginning as early as Halloween and extending through New Year’s Day....

Privacy and Attorney-Client Privilege Concerns

Most people associate the concept of attorney-client privilege with criminal cases when a defendant may require to disclose certain information to their legal representative regarding material facts of the case that they would prefer not have on any official record....

Is A Slip and Fall Injury Covered by Homeowners’ Insurance?

Homeowner’s insurance policies are excellent for protecting a property owner from an expensive personal injury lawsuit. They typically provide financial coverage for injuries when visitors are injured while on the property. In this respect, they are primarily...

Understanding Liens in a Personal Injury Claim 

Personal injury claims are not always as simple as submitting a claim to an insurance company or filing a lawsuit when a claim is denied. One potential complication is that medical treatment that is necessary at the time of the injury may not be paid first by the...

Personal Injury Deposition – What Questions Will They Ask Me? 

Feeling nervous about giving a deposition is natural. You’ve already been through many difficulties due to your accident, and sitting through an intense series of questions can feel intimidating. Knowing what to expect could help you feel more confident, and...