September is Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month | LE
Since 2014, September has been officially designated by the U.S. Government as Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month. The main purpose, of course, is to build […]
Between 64 million and 74 million people each year suffer from a traumatic brain injury (TBI), a quarter of which are caused by motor vehicle […]
It’s an unfortunate reality, but hundreds of children are injured each year by toy defects. If your child was injured by a toy or item […]
Most car accidents happen in the blink of an eye, so you might assume that your injuries would appear just as quickly. Unfortunately, that’s not […]
If you were injured in an accident involving a United States Postal Service mail truck, you might assume that you’re out of options. It must […]
A traumatic brain injury (TBI) can happen in the blink of an eye. Whether by a car crash, slip and fall, or sports injury, TBIs […]
Car accidents, no matter how minor they may seem, have the potential to leave victims with long-lasting pain. On top of the mental and emotional […]
Can a lawsuit be reopened after settlement? Unfortunately, it’s highly unlikely that you will be able to reopen a personal injury case after accepting a settlement from the other party. Keep reading to learn why.
We always hear “doctor’s orders.” Why doesn’t everyone always follow them?
Sometimes trucks can pose a threat to other drivers even when they’re not in motion. Read this blog post to hear about how one case of ours served as an unfortunate example of how dangerous trucks can be when they’re improperly parked.
New studies reveal the long-term damage in traumatic brain injuries.
The seatbacks for front occupants play a vital safety role in rear-end crashes, similar to seatbelts and airbags in frontal crashes. Seatback failures commonly occur because the seats are constructed with weak materials.