If you have been involved in an accident where you were injured by another party, you may be contacted by their insurance company soon after the incident. They may ask you for a statement on the circumstances of the accident, or even ask you for a copy of your personal medical history. These liability insurance… Read More »
Medical malpractice is quite common in the United States. A pre-COVID study that was conducted by Johns Hopkins University examined medical death data over an eight-year period. Their patient safety experts concluded that an average of 250,000 deaths per year are attributed to medical error, which would make it the third leading cause of death… Read More »
Most people know the dangers of drunk driving. We’ve been hearing about it for the entire time automobiles have been around. The automobile was invented in 1886 and it didn’t take long for the first drunk driving accident to occur after that. This happened in London, way back in 1897. A cab driver crashed… Read More »
Suffering a traumatic experience such as a dog bite or being attacked by a dog is one that can be devastating to all parties involved. Most of the time, a dog attack happens at the home of someone who is a friend, or family member. Unfortunately, these attacks sometimes happen by pure accident, or simply… Read More »
Everyone on the road must follow all traffic regulations and look out for the safety of their fellow motorists, cyclists and pedestrians. Unfortunately car vs. motorcycle accidents are all too common in Idaho. When drivers fail to look out for or share the road with motorcyclists, the results can be catastrophic and in the worst… Read More »
Expert Legal Advice
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- When Do I Need A Medical Malpractice Lawyer?
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- Should You File a Personal Injury Claim For a Dog Bite?
- What to do if You’ve Been Injured in a Motorcycle Accident
- What is the Statute of Limitations for Personal Injury Cases in Idaho?