My Parent Wrongfully Died In A Hospital. What Should I Do?

Wrongful deaths in the medical world aren’t that uncommon. John Hopkins Medicine studied patient records over an eight-year span. During that time, they found more than 250,000 cases where medical or diagnostic errors caused a patient’s death. If your parent wrongfully died in a hospital, knowing what to do is impacted by the grief you’re… Read More

How The Legal System Can Help Plastic Surgery Gone Wrong

Breast augmentations, liposuction, and rhinoplasty were the most common plastic surgeries performed in 2018. With more than 1.8 million plastic surgeries completed that year, it’s expected that some of those surgeries lead to unexpected results. In addition to unexpected results, plastic surgeries can lead to infections and tissue death. Not every patient knows the importance… Read More

I Was Injured by a Drunk Driver. What Should I Do?

NHTSA statistics show that around 30 people die in drunk-driving crashes each day. This accounts only for deaths. In 2016, 34,748 DUI-related crashes occurred across the nation. Only 10,996 of those crashes were fatal. That means 65 non-fatal crashes involving a drunk driver happen each day. Each day, 95 crashes occur as a result of… Read More

Will My Personal Injury Case Go to Trial?

Most personal injury claims occur after an automobile crash. Negligence occurs when another driver failed to follow a driving rule or law and caused a crash with you or your property. If this is the case, you can file a personal injury claim to recover any losses you endure, such as loss of pay, medical… Read More

What Should I Do After a Bicycle Accident?

Per The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 840 bicyclists were killed in traffic crashes during 2016. Crashes are more common in the evening between 6 and 9 p.m. A lot of the things you should do after a bicycle accident are things you hopefully have planned for before you set out. Ride with a helmet… Read More