A vehicle crash can occur in seconds, but the injuries can last forever.
When a 40-ton tractor-trailer collides with a car, the results are often serious.
Because motorcycle accidents often result in injury, experienced representation is crucial.
With so many people enjoying the state’s waters, boating crashes can be all too common.
One-third of bicycle accidents happen at an intersection, where right-of-way comes into question.
More than 100,000 accidents per year involve pedestrians who suffer serious injury or death.
These hazards can lead to one-car accidents, traffic collisions, and rolling your truck or SUV.
Sometimes employees get hurt while working in the maritime-industry.
Slipping, tripping or falling may seem like a simple accident, but it could be a result of negligent maintenance.
Property owners have a duty to provide a safe environment for their patrons, renters and guests.
Fires and explosions can occur on residential, commercial and industrial properties.
Unfortunately, sometimes the products we rely on turn out to be hazardous or unsafe.
Insurance companies that fail to live up to the terms of their policies may be acting in bad faith.
Medical malpractice, through negligence or omission, is a serious and long standing problem.
With more than 35 years of experience, we have seen all types of unique injury cases.
If you are a first responder, injured at work, or develop a disability, you may be eligible for compensation.
Falls are the leading cause of traumatic brain injury, followed by motor vehicle crashes.
Rehabilitation from these injuries can be long, painful and expensive, lasting a lifetime.
Car accidents can result in spinal disc injuries, leaving victims in pain for the rest of their lives.
Bone fractures, torn ligaments and similar injuries can be common after vehicle crashes.
Amputations are a life-changing event that has physical, emotional and financial repercussions.
Burn victims can face skin graft surgeries, deadly infections, and serious health concerns.
After a wrongful death, there is more to cover than just lost wages and medical costs.
Evaluating whether medical personnel up to standards requires trained investigators.