Pre-injury releases are frequently encountered. However, the validity of such releases are wholly dependent on the quality of the release. Many releases are not worth the paper that they are written on.
A recent Austin Fox7 news article reminds all of us to be more careful while driving.
A police department in Kentucky is being sued as a result of one of its officers placing an 8 year old boy and a 6 year old girl in handcuffs at school.
A 2006 confidential settlement between Bill Cosby and Andrea Constand was sealed upon motion. However, Mr. Cosby's attorneys may have neglected to seal Mr. Cosby's deposition taken in that case, which may have created a loophole for the media to obtain a copy of the deposition, even though the case had been sealed.
Underinsured/Uninsured automobile insurance policies provide added insurance coverage for motorists who are injured in accidents with uninsured or underinsured Defendants. This article highlights one of the pitfalls of making a UM/UIM claim.
This case is a great example of why lawsuits are not just about money. The plaintiff in this case is clearly pursuing justice and trying to help future victims.
A new statute in Texas should benefit Texas Plaintiffs with traditional health insurance by limiting the subrogation interests of health insurers.
Apologies are important. This article illustrates the importance of apologies in the context of a lawsuit.
Civil discourse is important. It is important for Justices on the United States Supreme Court all the way down to attorneys at the trial level.
Insurance companies do everything they can to pad their bottom line and mistreat claimants. Here is a great example.