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Dermal Fillers – What You Need to Know

Protecting Yourself When Using Dermal Fillers In the never-ending quest for the so-called fountain of youth, thousands of people are undergoing treatment with a new FDA-approved product called a dermal filler. Dermal fillers are advertised as reducing facial lines, such as crow's feet, and laugh and frown lines. They are also used to increase lip size and make cheeks fuller. Though consumers have reported positive results with dermal fillers, FDA officials warn of potential side effects and … [Read more...]

Bounce House Injuries under Scrutiny

Bounce House Injuries Continue to Rise Bounce houses have become increasingly popular at youth birthday parties and at community events. Bounce houses are inflatable structures, typically enclosed with netting on the outside, where small children can go and jump and "bounce" around in a seemingly safe environment. Though bounce houses have been around for decades, studies show that there has been a 15-fold increase in the number of injuries tied to the structures in the last 15 years. One of … [Read more...]

Hospital Hit for Unnecessary Heart Surgeries

Plan to Protect Digital Information after Your Death A Kentucky hospital has settled a claim by the federal government that it billed Medicare and Medicaid for unnecessary heart surgeries, agreeing to pay nearly $41 million. The King's Daughters Medical Center, in Ashland, had been accused in a federal government lawsuit of intentional or reckless disregard for the truth for performing a large number of procedures for patients who did not need them, including the insertion of stents and … [Read more...]

Supreme Court to Rule on Same Sex Marriage Laws

Supreme Court to Review Potential Federal Right to Same-Sex Marriage In August, the United States Supreme Court took a step that has the potential to legitimize same-sex marriage across the United States as a federal right. The court stayed a decision(temporarily suspended) from the 4th Circuit striking down a Virginia ban on same-sex marriage, noting that its decision was temporary, pending "the timely filing and disposition of a petition for writ of certiorari." A petition for writ of … [Read more...]

Legal Reminders If You Are Getting Married

There are many things to do for couples about to get married, including planning the wedding and honeymoon and handling family and other issues. Because of the excitement of an upcoming marriage, it's easy to overlook some of the legal matters that need to be handled. Here are some of the most important legal matters to take care of when you are getting married. Obtain a marriage license and, where required, take a blood or other type of health test A marriage license can usually be obtained … [Read more...]

What Happens When You Make A Personal Injury Claim?

Accidents are part of life. Try as we do to avoid them, they happen anyway. If you get in a car, slip and fall or other type of accident, you have to decide whether to make a claim to recover compensation for your injuries and losses. Some accident victims fear making a claim. Sometimes this comes from not knowing what happens in a personal injury claim. But there is little to fear, especially if you have a lawyer’s help. After suffering an injury, making a claim starts the process of obtaining … [Read more...]

What To Include In Your Accident Records

One of the best ways to get the maximum compensation after an accident is to keep good records. But what information should be in your records? Here are tips. Information About Your Injuries Keep a record of all the injuries you suffered. Not only should your records include details about easily identifiable injuries like broken bones, but they should also include details about pain, discomfort, anxiety, loss of sleep and other problems which cannot be seen but which you may be able to receive … [Read more...]

Do You Have Enough Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Insurance?

Auto accidents involving drivers who have little or no insurance are common. According to insurance industry statistics, nearly 15% of all drivers do not carry insurance. In some states, the percentage of uninsured drivers is as high as 25%. People who are in an auto accident with a driver who has little or no insurance are often shocked to learn they will recover little money (often none at all) for their injuries and losses. Fortunately, there is an easy and inexpensive way for you to help … [Read more...]

Insurance Companies: Are You Really In Good Hands With Them?

Insurance companies advertise they are eager to help you after an accident. They use slogans like “You’re in Good Hands,” “Like a Good Neighbor” or “Fast, Fair & Friendly,” all to suggest they will protect you and be helpful when you make a claim. But are insurance companies really on your side? Consider these facts: • Two employees of a major insurance company were forced to quit after speaking out about illegal things the insurance company did. They said the insurance company forced them … [Read more...]

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Personal Injury

When you have been injured because of the carelessness or negligence of another person, you want an experienced and aggressive lawyer to ensure that your rights are protected.
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Medical Malpractice

When you seek medical attention, you anticipate that at a minimum your condition won’t worsen because of the carelessness or negligence of physicians, nurses or other medical personnel.
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Workers’ Comp

In most instances, in the aftermath of a work-related injury you have the right to seek monetary benefits under state workers’ compensation laws, so that you can recover lost wages and medical expenses.

Family Law & Divorce

We understand that family law matters can be highly emotional, and that different solutions work for different clients.

Many people have the idea that when we file a lawsuit, we are suing the person. We are not. We are suing the insurance company that the person has been paying to protect them against a loss like this. The insurance company that this person has been paying for quite some time.

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