A truck accident can happen any time of day or night. Even low-speed, low-impact collisions can cause injury or death.
After an accident may seem impossible when insurance companies try to confuse you and wear you out until you go away.
Catastrophic injuries will change your life forever. They come with significant pain and suffering and require extensive medical care.
Motorcycles offer less physical protection than cars, and accident victims are much more likely to suffer serious injuries or death.
Bike accidents may seem trivial, but they can result in serious injury or death because bicycles offer so little physical protection.
Whether a minor bump on the skull or traumatic brain damage, head injuries can be caused by car accidents, sports, and more.
Hundreds of people are injured or killed by vehicles every day. If you've been affected, you can get the help you need.
Electrical accidents, medical malpractice, or car crashes can result from the negligence or misconduct of others.
Defective hip implants have placed substantial costs on the community, and it's time to hold companies accountable.
Most people don't think about drunk drivers on the road, but it takes only one bad encounter to change your life forever.
Construction, mining, demolition, and logging jobs are among the most dangerous jobs Americans can have.
Despite what drug companies say, many medications on the market have not been tested or approved by the FDA.
Dog bites can cause severe emotional damage, and the worst attacks can lead to catastrophic injury or death.
Birth injuries during delivery can include anything from temporary bruising to more serious conditions that last a lifetime.
Using a defective product can have many unforeseen and dangerous results, including injury and death.
A slip or fall might seem like nothing, though embarrassing. But you might wake up the next day with pain that won't go away.
Terrible accidents can be caused by semi-trucks, dump trucks, or similar large vehicles owned or operated by a business.
Construction workers regularly face dangerous situations, and getting injured while at work can significantly affect your life.
A surgical error due to negligence might cause significant damage, and the healthcare provider may be liable for medical malpractice.
Medical malpractice affects millions of patients every year, and it can alter your life and the lives of your family forever.
If anesthesia errors do happen, they can have harmful, far-reaching effects like brain damage or even death.
Overdosing or combining prescription drugs can cause severe reactions than may require hospitalization or result in death.
If a healthcare provider fails to follow appropriate diagnostic processes, they may diagnose the wrong disease or fail to diagnose.
If a doctor, nurse, or other staff member fails to avoid needless patient injury, the hospital may be liable for medical malpractice.
Burn treatment often means months of painful medical and physical therapy and extensive counseling for mental trauma.
Please do NOT drive while you are distracted. No phone call or text message is worth a catastrophic injury or death.
Accidents with company vehicles are different than with private cars, which can be complicated when assigning responsibility.
We have worked on many cases involving government-owned vehicles, and we'll help you get the best possible outcome.
Becoming permanently impaired means your life is changing, and you now must make difficult adjustments to accommodate.
If you don't know exactly how you are injured, you might not know how to pursue litigation. We can get you the help you deserve.
Asbestos exposure can cause a painful and potentially fatal cancer that affects thousands of people every year.
A spinal cord injury means living with a permanent, painful, and debilitating condition that impacts every part of your life.