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Immunity: What It Means and Who Is Liable?

Do you acknowledge and explicitly assume COVID-19 risks before receiving care? Do you also agree to hold harmless this facility and grant legal immunity to our doctors and medical providers? These types of questions are appearing more and more on intake forms that health care providers are using when screening patients. Refusing to acknowledge these […]

Flying Off The Shelves Into A Class Action Lawsuit

In these crazy times we are living where the words “social distancing”, “self-isolation” and even “lockdown” are drilled into our minds…one other word has become synonymous with this coronavirus… “hand sanitizer”. The fact that every media outlet, every physician and medical professional, and even the Centers For Disease Control advises to wash your hands with […]

What Does Crashworthiness Mean?

Crashworthiness is something we look at with every single auto accident case. Why? Simply, if the vehicle or vehicles involved were not designed to absorb the impact and protect the passengers from injuries then the manufacturer of such vehicles could be held liable “A motor vehicle may qualify as defective if it is designed or […]

10 Reasons Why We Might Decline Your Case

You called in a panic. Your emotions are running high and your thoughts are scattered. You along with several passengers were injured when a negligent driver failed to stop at an intersection smashing into your vehicle. You want to know what your legal options are, and if you have a valid case to sue. One […]

46 Million Dollar Settlement

Kind of grabs your attention doesn’t it? $46 Million! And just about every newspaper, radio and internet media channel made sure to highlight that big number. January 6, 2020 was the day the announcement went out. And within days the news was everywhere. The Swedish furniture retailer agreed to pay $46 million to settle a […]