Low speed accident injuries – small impact – serious injuries
Low speed accident injuries – small impact – serious injuries The trend among insurance adjusters seems to be to suggest that because there is a small amount of damage to a vehicle that there cannot be a significant injury to the occupant inside of the car. This is false, and isn’t supported by the science, […]
The Causation Battle – soft tissue injuries and pre-existing conditions
The Causation Battle – soft tissue injuries and pre-existing conditions In the many years I have of handling motor vehicle accidents and soft tissue injuries relating to crashes, the question of causation is one of the hardest to handle and is what often times separates the average attorneys from the best ones. Consider it this […]
Power of Attorneys and Conservators
Power of Attorneys and Conservators When a person executes a power of attorney, they are naming a person to act in concert with the writer of the power of attorney and allowing that person the ability to independently act without the approval of the writer, usually for financial affairs. This helps in situations involving the […]
COVID and Car Accidents: What is changing and what is staying the same.
COVID and Car Accidents: What is changing and what is staying the same. When the COVID pandemic surged in March of 2020, it changed the way we lived dramatically. Personally, I went from being in 3-4 courthouses a day to staying home or staying in my office. The amount of miles that I drove for […]
The day after the accident – what to expect
The day after the accident – what to expect As someone who has personally been involved in a car accident (more than once!) I can say that at the time of the accident, it is easy to feel the adrenaline flow and often times you can get swept up in the action of the moment. […]
What is a deposition in the context of a personal injury case?
What is a deposition in the context of a personal injury case? For a plaintiff (injured person) in a personal injury case, a deposition is a process which is used that allows the defendant’s attorney to ask a series of questions under oath while a court reporter takes down all the information to preserve it […]