What Are the Top 5 Reasons a Personal Injury Lawyer Might Not Take My Case?
Mark Roman | July 13, 2021 | Personal Injury
Lawyers decline representation for many reasons. Most of these reasons have nothing to do with you, personally. The lawyer might have ethical conflicts that prevent them from representing you. It might just not make financial sense for the attorney to take your case. Other times, an attorney might decline to represent you because you don’t… read more
Highest Paid Types Of Lawyers: Must Read
Mark Roman | July 8, 2021 | Personal Injury
The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics states that the job outlook for lawyers will grow four percent from 2019 to 2029. That is about as fast as average for job growth compared to other industries. The median pay for an attorney as of 2020 was $126,930 per year or $61.03 per hour. The American… read more
What Are the Causes and Effects of Brain Stem Injuries?
Morgan Gaynor | February 16, 2021 | Personal Injury
The brain stem is a portion of the brain that is connected to the nerves that run down the spinal cord. It is located toward the back of the brain. The brain stem is the main connective trunk of tissue that delivers signals between the brain and the rest of the body. In humans, the… read more
About Herniated Discs, C4/C5, and C5/C6 Injuries
Morgan Gaynor | February 3, 2021 | Personal Injury
Herniated discs are one of the most common spinal cord injuries doctors see after car accidents. Spinal cord injuries are severe. Following a spinal cord injury, an injured person’s mobility and function may be entirely lost or extremely limited from the location of the injury downward. Since the location is significant to the injury’s treatment,… read more
What Does Bar Stand for in the Bar Exam or Bar Association?
Morgan Gaynor | December 31, 2020 | Personal Injury
There are many different opinions as to what the term “bar” means in bar exam or bar association. For example, there is a conspiracy theory that the word “bar” refers to the British Accredited Registry. The belief is that all attorneys who are members of the bar association are actually secret agents of the British… read more
What is the Difference Between Negligence and Negligence Per Se?
Morgan Gaynor | December 27, 2020 | Personal Injury
In personal injury cases, it is common for the plaintiff to argue that he or she suffered harm due to the negligence of another party. While negligence isn’t always cut and try, typically the standard definition refers to a duty of care reasonable or ordinary people would exercise. When an individual fails to behave with… read more
Popcorn Lung: Why It Happens and What You Can Do If You’re Sick
Morgan Gaynor | December 22, 2020 | Personal Injury
Popcorn lung is a cute name for a serious condition. The condition is called bronchiolitis obliterans. It is an irreversible and progressive condition that resembles Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) to some extent. The nickname comes from the fact that the condition was first noticed among workers at a microwave popcorn processing plant. Microwave popcorn… read more
How are Pain and Suffering Damages Calculated?
Mark Roman | December 17, 2020 | Personal Injury
When you are injured because of someone else’s negligence or carelessness, you have the right to seek financial compensation. This is true if your injury is the result of a car accident, a slip & fall, a workplace mishap, or any other type of accident. After determining who is at-fault for the accident, you will… read more
5 Common Mistakes People Make After a Job Injury
Mark Roman | November 17, 2020 | Personal Injury
Getting injured on the job is an unfortunate reality that many workers face at some point in their careers. While accidents generally take people by surprise, the procedures that follow don’t need to. Knowing what you should—and shouldn’t—do if you get injured on the job can help maximize the benefits and potential payout that come… read more
What Should I Wear to Court?
Mark Roman | November 2, 2020 | Personal Injury
The Florida statutes do not prescribe a dress code that must be adopted by all Florida courts. However, certain courts and judges have adopted standard or minimum dress codes for their courtrooms. If your lawyer has not discussed court attire with you yet, you might want to ask your personal injury attorney what to wear… read more