The COVID-19 pandemic has changed traditional practices and procedures for many industries. Courts and lawyers have taken drastic measures to help stop the spread while still pursuing justice. However, these measures can significantly affect the outcome of a personal injury lawsuit. There are things you can do to help minimize these effects while seeking fair compensation for your claim. Here are three tips for navigating personal injury lawsuits during the pandemic. Continue reading.
When an individual sustains a devastating injury from a violent blow or jolt to the head or body, or when an object penetrates brain tissues, this can result in a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Interestingly, symptoms from a traumatic brain injury can manifest immediately, or they may appear days or even weeks following the event, as explained by the Mayo Clinic. Even so, when a person experiences a TBI due to an accident or another’s reckless behavior, and they are seeking compensation, it is essential to contact an experienced traumatic brain injury lawyer. This is because each jurisdiction has its own laws pertaining to traumatic brain injuries. Continue reading.
While airbags offer an important safety feature and supplement to seat belts in cars, vans, trucks and sports utility vehicles, there are a number of ways that they can malfunction. Whether due to a design flaw, a mistake during manufacturing, installation or insufficient directions provided to consumers for safe and effective usage, when airbags fail to work properly, the results can be catastrophic. Therefore, if you believe that a defective airbag has caused your injury, Taylor Anderson is the products liability and personal injury attorney that you can trust to determine your rights and eligibility for compensation. Continue reading.
When it comes to domestic violence, it is not confined to the poor, as noted by the Neurologic Rehabilitation Institute at Brookhaven Hospital. It occurs across every economic class, and involves men, women and children. Unfortunately, it is often a private issue that is kept secret. Even so, understanding the cumulative effect of domestic violence as it relates to traumatic brain injury, along with contributing factors and PTSD is needed to generate change nationwide. Continue reading.
Surprising to some, over one million burn injuries are reported annually across the United States, and these injuries are about more than simply touching a hot pan. When you’ve been burned, and your injury is due to another’s carelessness, you need the help and experience of a qualified burn injury lawyer. Continue reading.