Traumatic Brain Injuries, Their Effects And Your Legal Recourse

Traumatic brain injuries can be a deeply affecting experience for the person who has experienced the trauma, as well as for loved ones of that individual. There are different types of TBIs, different symptoms, and there might be legal recourse for you or a loved one who has suffered a TBI. Types Of TBIs  Open Head Injury An open brain injury, or a penetrating head injury, is one type of TBI. Read More 

3 Tips For Handling A Hit And Run Accident

Normally, if you have been in a car accident, you would stop and exchange insurance information with the other driver. Depending on the extent of the damage, you might call the police to come to the scene, or you might finish up with the other driver and report the accident later. If you've been in a fender bender or two, you're probably pretty familiar with this routine. But what happens if the other driver doesn't stop? Read More 

What You Should Know About The Workers Compensation Deposition Process

If the insurance company that's processing your workers compensation claim asks for a deposition as part of the process, you'll need to be sure you're prepared. Talk with a workers compensation attorney about the process and what you can expect. Understanding what you need to do in the period leading up to the deposition may help you avoid making some potentially costly mistakes. Here are a few things that you should be sure to do. Read More