Injury Law Blog

  • Xarelto May Cause More Bleeding Than Pradaxa
    By Sandra Dalton, Staff Writer According to an observational study published in JAMA Internal Medicine, people taking Xarelto (rivaroxaban) may be more likely to have a serious bleeding event than those taking Pradaxa (dabigatran). Johnson and Johnson (J&J) is facing more the 15,000 Xarelto
  • King Coal's Curse
    By Lynn Shapiro, Staff Writer Personal Injury Attorney, Jeff Robinette, Addresses Major Concerns Regarding the Trump Administration’s Disregard for the Environment, and Empty Promises for Coal Mining Jobs  Attorney Jeffery (Jeff) L. Robinette, of Robinette Legal Group, PLLC, Morgantown, W.Va.,
  • Insurance Companies Use a Slight Increase in “Distracted-Driving” Accidents to Justify a Major Increase in Premiums
    By Sean Lally, Staff Writer According to a recent post by Michigan attorney Steven Gursten, insurance companies are hiking premiums in response to an increase in “distracted-driving” fatalities, a move familiar to injury lawyers who have seen companies make similar claims in the past. However, as
  • Insurance Release - DON’T JUST SIGN IT AND SEND IT BACK!
    This post has been submitted by Attorney Kirby Mouser of The Baim Law Firm in Pine Bluff, Arkansas If you are injured by the negligence of another and make a claim for medical expense, lost income or pain and suffering you will likely be asked to sign a records release. The insurance company will