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finding your way through a wrongful death lawsuit

Losing a loved one is hard enough, but losing one because a doctor or hospital did not provide an adequate level of care makes it all that more difficult. I have been through this myself and hope that someone can find assurance from the information that I have provided on my website. Knowing what to expect during a wrongful death lawsuit can take some of the stress out of the situation. Having the answers to the many questions that you have and that I have had to ask can help take the guessing out of the situation. Please, talk with a lawyer and use the information provided on this site as you struggle to get through a horrendous time in your life.


Interns, Residents & Medical Malpractice: Who Gets the Blame & the Lawsuit?

Interns are technically doctors; they have earned their degrees. However, they still have to go through three more years' training as an intern in a residency program. What happens when the chief resident tells you, the intern, to do something you think might harm the patient? What if that patient or the patient's family sues for medical malpractice? Who takes the blame? Who is at fault? Before you begin to have serious doubts about finishing your residency training, you should know more about what actions you can take. Read More 

Tips When Giving Your Deposition For A Personal Injury Lawsuit

When you are involved in a personal injury lawsuit, it is important to be prepared to provide a deposition. The deposition is you simply providing your account of the accident under oath to be used to determine fault. There are some very simple, yet important rules you need to be aware of when providing your deposition: Be Truthful It goes without saying that you should be truthful when you are providing your deposition. Read More 

Bang Your Head In A Car Accident? Why You Definitely Need Car Accident Lawyers

Hitting your head in a car accident can lead to some very serious problems. A traumatic brain injury is the most severe of these issues and can leave you incapacitated, in a coma, or unable to move your body as you would normally. That is the most severe scenario. The least severe is that you no longer think clearly, speak clearly, or you are unable to comprehend some things most other people understand. Read More 

Not As Advertised: Taking Action On Your Workers’ Comp Claim

There are few better job perks than your workers' comp insurance, when it works. You can expect to pay absolutely none of the medical costs associated with your work-related injury, and additionally you can stay home for as long as needed to recuperate without risking your job. It's also worth mentioning that you can earn a portion of your regular salary while you get better. What could be better? Unfortunately, some people run into problems when they try to move forward with their workers' comp claim. Read More 

Why Hiring An Attorney Experienced With Divorce Law Is Important

If you have suddenly found yourself facing a divorce, you will want to make sure that you are doing everything you can to have your side of the case represented as well as possible. To do this, you will want to retain an attorney, but it really shouldn't be just any attorney. You will want one that specializes in divorce law. Here is why: The Proper Papers Will Be Filed Read More