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Will Your Personal Injury Claim Cover Time off Work?

November 17, 2021 | Firm News

A personal injury accident can leave you facing a lengthy recovery, and you may be unable to return to work for some time. One of the biggest concerns you may have is how you will supplement that loss of income. Fortunately, victims are entitled to seek reimbursement for lost wages through a personal injury claim. 

Will a Personal Injury Settlement Account For the Long-Term Cost of Paralysis?

November 15, 2021 | Firm News

If you are facing any type of paralysis following a personal injury accident, the resulting financial costs can also be devastating. If you are filing a personal injury claim, any settlement offer by the insurance company will not automatically include long-term costs.

What is the Difference Between Express and Implied Consent?

November 10, 2021 | Firm News

Patients have the right to be informed about any treatment or procedure a physician wishes to conduct. It is a healthcare provider’s duty to ensure patients can make informed decisions regarding their health. There are two different types of consent that can be given: express and implied. 

Strict Products Liability

November 8, 2021 | Firm News

Strict products liability is a legal theory under which victims can hold a defective product designer, manufacturer, or seller responsible for injuries regardless of intent. In other words, there does not need to be evidence of negligence, as long as an injury can be directly linked to the defective product. 

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