Client Stories: Car Accident Brain Injury Case

When Nolan B. turned 2, his parents began to notice that he was having problems, both physically and mentally. Because they were Nolan's adopted parents, they started to investigate his past, and discovered that his birth mother had been involved in a very serious car accident while he was still in the womb. While Nolan...

Non-Subscriber Case FAQ: Will my case be heard by a judge, jury, or arbitrator?

After your work injury, you know you have some sort of right to legal action. On TV and in the movies, people have their cases tried before a jury. In real life, however, things don't always work out that way. Below, we'll outline the answers to the following questions for non-subscriber work injury cases: Will...

Personal Injury FAQ: How Do I Pay For an Injury Lawyer?

After a serious injury, victims may feel like they could benefit from having a lawyer on their side. However, they are far too often intimidated by the prospect of having to pay a lawyer. On TV, lawyers drive fancy cars and work in glittering offices. All that money has to come from somewhere, right? In...

Non-Subscriber Case FAQ: Who’s responsible for a temp worker’s injuries?

A common way for people to find work is to use a temp agency. These companies find temporary jobs which might wind up just being short-term projects or lead to long-term employment. We think this is great, of course, as, among other things, it allows workers to try out different fields and companies before settling...

Myth: Most Lawsuits Are Frivolous

It's not exactly news that some people don't like lawyers. Actually, depending on whom you ask, lots of people don't like lawyers. One of the biggest reasons for that is the perception that many lawyers make money not by pursuing honest claims against those who've done wrong, but by waging endless frivolous lawsuits for personal...