Our Law Firm Specializes In Personal Injury Cases

Our Law Firm Specializes In Personal Injury Cases

Our Law Firm focuses on the pursuit of civil justice, with an emphasis on personal injuries caused by negligence and professional malpractice. Since the firm’s establishment, we have obtained millions of dollars in recovery for our clients. We have extensive experience in even the most complex personal injury, medical malpractice, and legal malpractice cases.

In addition to providing superior legal representation, we are committed to helping our clients move on from the difficult situations they have faced. We provide advice and support not only throughout the legal process but also throughout the recovery process.

Personal Injury

Personal injury cases arise when a person suffers an injury due to another’s negligence or intentional act. We represent clients in a wide variety of personal injury cases including, but not limited to the following:

Automobile and trucking accidents
Construction site injuries
Traumatic brain injuries
Slip and falls, or premises liability cases

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Even though they occur every day, personal injury cases, especially those involving serious injures, are complex. Many attorneys handle a large caseload and quickly settle most cases, even if it means their clients are accepting much less than what their cases are worth. We are a law firm that is dedicated to going to trial, and we are committed to ensuring our clients recover the maximum economic and non-economic damages to which they are entitled. To ensure that every client receives our full attention, we are selective in the cases we accept, focusing our personal injury practice exclusively on serious injury and wrongful death matters.

Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice occurs when a person suffers an injury because medical professionals, including doctors, nurses, therapists, and dentists, acted or failed to act in a way that deviated from the standard accepted methods for treatment in a particular medical community. There are several types of medical malpractice, including the following:

Failure to diagnose, or misdiagnosis
Lack of informed consent, or failure to tell the patient about all of the consequences to a particular course of treatment
Birth injuries
Hospital errors and emergency room malpractice
EMT/paramedic malpractice
Surgical malpractice, including foreign objects left inside the body during surgery
Anesthesia error
Legal Malpractice

Legal malpractice occurs when an attorney acts, fails to act, breaches a fiduciary duty, or breaches a contract with a client in a way that causes harm to the client. Examples of legal malpractice include negligently missing deadlines or statute of limitations, failure of the attorney to inform the client of direct consequences to the legal strategies available in a particular case, and the attorney putting his or her own personal gain ahead of the client’s needs.

Legal malpractice cases are complicated because the plaintiff must prove that:

The attorney acted incorrectly or failed to act;
But for this action or inaction, the outcome of the underlying case would have been different; and
No reasonable attorney could have acted or failed to act in this way.

Seek Experienced Legal Counsel
If you or a loved one has suffered an injury due to another’s negligence or has suffered because of medical or legal malpractice, it is important to hire an experienced trial attorney with the knowledge, dedication and advocacy skills to successfully represent your interests. For a free initial consultation regarding your case, contact our Law Firm today.
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Truck Accident Attorneys – Types of Truck Accidents

When a large commercial truck crashes, the results can be devastating. Truck accidents can cause extensive injuries and death, and there can be numerous victims in a single accident. There are many types of truck accidents, and the type of accident in which you were involved can affect your case in many ways. If you have been injured in a truck accident, please talk to our truck accident attorneys today.personal injury law

The jackknife is the most well-known type of truck accident. Jackknifing occurs when the trailer of the truck swings out to the side, sometimes passing the cab. Typically a jackknife occurs when the cab slows down or stops faster than the trailer. Brake malfunction, improperly loaded truck, or sudden evasive maneuvers are among the possible causes of a jackknife accident. Jackknifing can escalate into a rollover accident.

Rollover accidents are some of the deadliest accidents on the road. Once the chain of events leading to a rollover begins, it can be impossible for even the most skilled and experienced truck driver to recover and avoid the accident. Rollover may have a single cause or be the result of a combination of factors including:
Tire blowout
Improperly loaded truck
Inadequately secured load
Brake failure
Roadway defect
Sloshing of liquid load
Tanker trucks have an increased risk of rolling because they carry liquid loads.

Underpass, Overpass, or Bridge
Large commercial trucks are very tall and do not fit under all overpasses and bridges. Bridges, underpasses, and other potential obstacles are supposed to be clearly marked with their height limit. Truck drivers have a responsibility to know the height of the trucks they drive and observe these signs. When a truck strikes a bridge or overpass, it can cause the road above to collapse, and block the roadway behind the truck. Multiple vehicles can be involved on both the upper and lower road. This type of accident typically occurs when the truck driver fails to observe the height limit or if the sign is inaccurate, obscured, or missing.truck accident lawyers

If you or a loved one has been injured or killed by in a truck accident, please call our truck accident attorneys. The initial consultation with our truck accident attorneys is free, and if we agree to represent you, we will work for a contingent fee, which means we won’t get paid for our services unless you receive a settlement or an award. A truck accident lawsuit must be filed before the expiration of the statute of limitations. Please call right away to ensure that you do not waive your right to possible compensation.

You Ride a Motorcycle – Have the right Coverage in case of an Accident

At one of the many motorcyclist seminars at which I have participated, one of the attendees remarked that she couldn’t get lost wages because her employer does not offer such insurance as a benefit.

That remark dovetailed into what I was prepared to talk about: The ethical responsibility of bikers and insurance.personal injury law - motorcycle accident attorneys

The hard fact that I first told the woman who posed the question about the disability insurance question is that motorcycling involves risk, risk that we all should know about and appreciate. There is a well known axiom among experienced bikers; there are only two kinds of motorcyclists: Those who have gone down and those who will go down. And the chances of injury are enormously higher than if we were in a car.

A wise former Michigan Supreme Court justice, John Voelker, writing as Robert Traver, wrote several celebrated novels including Anatomy of a Murder, which was made into a famous movie starring James Stewart, Lee Remick, and Ben Gazzara in the 50’s. His books usually involved a hero who was a young attorney, a heroine who was beset by unjust laws, and an older lawyer, usually a drunk, who went on the wagon for purposes of helping the young guy with the case. At the end of the book, when the case is won, the bad guys have paid up, and the young lawyer and heroine fall in love, the old lawyer goes off the wagon. In the book the heroine complained to the young lawyer about how bad it was that the old guy went off the wagon again. The hero’s response was something like, “I don’t know but that everyone has a right to be a fool in their own way!”

Think about that for a second: Everyone has a right to be a fool in their own way! That is the credo of the libertarian, the credo of anyone who believes that they have the right to live their life as they wish. That is something that all freedom fighters from Jefferson and Franklin to Martin Luther King and everyone in between has pursued.

But that freedom comes at a price, i.e., with one major caveat: We have a right to live our lives as we wish as long as we don’t hurt or burden other people while doing it.

This concept is lost on many motorcyclists who decry the fact that they have to maintain insurance on the bikes, that they can have pipes as loud as they want, or can willy-nilly go out on the road wearing shorts, a t-shirt, and sandals.

The fact of the matter is that motorcyclists will always be the scapegoats for politicians who don’t like that freedom, especially if it costs the public money.

Freedom costs money. At least 40% of all motorcycle accidents are single vehicle accidents, whether it involves running wide on a freeway ramp and going down, hitting a deer, blowing a tire, going down from a front end wobble, or cycle-cycle accidents. You get the picture. With no-fault laws benefiting the bikers, such accidents do not implicate the no-fault law. If you do not have health insurance or disability insurance you are in for a very rough ride, and at the taxpayers’ expense. Politicians don’t like that. And if you are the freedom lover that you think you are, the independent soul that you think you are, you shouldn’t like it either.motorcycle accident law

And don’t think that you are infallible as a rider. While motor vehicle drivers are more often at fault in a car-cycle accident than the rider, every one of you I am sure can remember a time that you were not as attentive as you could have been. Maybe you were plain lucky that you didn’t cause an accident. And maybe you did cause one. Bikers can cause injuries from their own negligence just like car drivers. And they should share in the responsibility of protecting those who they injure by carrying sufficient insurance to cover their own behind and misdeeds.

As I told the lady who asked the question at the beginning of the session, it costs money to be free and to stay free. If you can’t afford not only the motorcycle, but the cost of a decent health insurance policy, the cost of a decent disability policy, the cost of decent liability coverage and property damage, along with the cost of the motorcycle, you should not be out on the street riding a motorcycle. It is a hard statement. But it is a fact. And true libertarians, true lovers of freedom, should be prepared for that fact and quit bemoaning the truly minimal costs of same. Freedom does not involve a free ride.