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Firm News, Personal Injury Lawyer | May 16, 2011

The 10 Most Outrageous Personal Injury Lawsuits in History

Thanks to the infamous “hot coffee” lawsuit against McDonald’s in 1992 in which a jury awarded Stella Liebeck $2.86 million, outrageous claims have exploded in the courts. Although the vast majority of personal injury cases are legitimate, a few bad apples have snuck into our court system over the years. Whether someone’s blaming a table saw manufacturer for not mentioning its slicing-off-the-fingers capability (worth .5 million in

Firm News, Personal Injury Lawyer | May 13, 2011

5 False Personal Injury Lawyer Stereotypes

If you’ve ever been represented by a personal injury law firm, chances are you’ve heard many lawyer jokes or snide comments. Stereotypes about lawyers are numerous and persistent, even though there’s often no cause. In many cases, these stereotypes are based on the actions of a few lawyers who ruin the reputation of the profession as a whole.
Here are five false stereotypes personal injury lawyers face:

Car Accident Lawyer | May 9, 2011

Should You See a Chiropractor after an Accident?

The problem with injuries resulting from a car accident is that they often don’t present themselves until days or weeks after the accident has occurred. Whiplash, one of the most common forms of injury after relatively minor accidents, may not be immediately apparent. Even if you don’t feel pain after an accident, you should consider seeing a chiropractor to assess the possible extent of your injuries and

Insurance Attorney, Personal Injury, Personal Injury Lawyer | October 4, 2010

MedPay Demystified

If you live in a state that has some sort of “no-fault” insurance laws, you will be required to purchase either MedPay or Personal Injury Protection (PIP). In a nutshell, MedPay pays for the medical expenses, or for funeral costs, of anyone involved in an accident with the policyholder—passenger, other drivers, even a pedestrian—regardless of whose fault the accident is.

The limit of most MedPay policies is