Injury Law Blog

  • The Legal Term of the Day: "Settlement"
    Darryl Isaacs, Owner and Managing Partner of Isaacs & Isaacs, P.S.C., a Louisville Kentucky law firm with offices in Lexington, Cincinnati and Indianapolis, submitted this post as part of a series to explain legal jargon to consumers.   Q: What is Legal Settlement? “In Civil Law, Settlement
  • FMCSA Announces ELD Implementation National Tour
    Electronic Logging Devices (ELD) are almost here, required by December 18, 2017, and the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) wants to make sure you know all about them.  A new public education campaign is designed to help commercial motor vehicle
  • The Impact of Traumatic Brain Injuries on Children
    By Sean Lally, Staff Writer Many people throughout the United States suffer from the horrible consequences of traumatic brain injuries (TBIs). In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in 2013, 2.5 million people went to emergency rooms after having incurred a TBI
  • Betrayal of Faith - A Legal Thriller by Mark Bello
    Lawyers occupy a very important position in our society. It is a lawyer’s responsibility to uphold the Constitution and be the voice of justice. Yet, despite the vital role they play in our democracy, people have been amused for centuries with the idea of bashing lawyers. Everyone has a good lawyer
  • Zachary Blake was a down-on-his-luck trial lawyer whose career was heading for the garbage dump until... Jennifer Tracey walked back into his life and brought with her the case that changed everything. Trial lawyer turned author, Mark M. Bello, has Read More
  • By Sean Lally, Staff Writer While the Senate was in the news almost full time trying in vain to pass health care legislation, the House GOP has had some success while out of the limelinght. In a party line vote, Republicans successfully passed a Read More
  • Submitted by the Robinette Legal Group, PLLC, in Morgantown, WV Before vehicles can be manufactured and sold, they are subjected to many tests and calculations.  A few of the many criteria determined by these are safety, performance, and Read More
  • Traumatic Diffuse Axonal Injury / Neuron Suicide and Murder          On any given day dozens, if not hundreds of individuals suffering from “mild” TBIs are turned away as they seek help from personal injury attorneys across the country. Who could Read More
  • When speaking with colleagues about representing crime victims in civil cases, a few questions typically arise. First, who are typical defendants in these cases? A criminal perpetrator is not usually a desirable defendant in a civil action. However Read More
  • Darryl Isaacs, Owner and Managing Partner of Isaacs & Isaacs, P.S.C., a Louisville Kentucky law firm with offices in Lexington, Cincinnati and Indianapolis, submitted this post as part of a series to explain legal jargon to consumers. If you’ve Read More
  • By Sean Lally, Staff Writer Hannah Eimers was a polylingual cosplay artist at the age of 17. She was an autodidact, having schooled herself in the basic tenets of guitar and piano. Early one morning, after sleeping at a friend’s house following a Read More
  • By Sean Lally, Staff Writer Many people have heard of breast implants, but fewer have heard of Breast Implant-Associated Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma (BIA-ALCL), a form of non-Hodgkins Lymphoma that to-date remains extremely rare. The FDA first Read More
  • By Sean Lally, Staff Writer In the 1990s, insurance companies that were supposed to offer protection to their clients started utilizing tricks to avoid paying money to claimants. Why? In an economy dominated by Wall Street and private interest, Read More
  • By Lynn Shapiro, Staff Writer The only way to ensure that gun dealers sell their pistols, rifles and semi-automatic weapons as safely as possible - especially after the mass shootings in Columbine and Sandy Hook, to name just two - is to repeal the Read More
  • By Sean Lally, Staff Writer According to a new study by researchers at the esteemed Mayo Clinic, 20 percent of patients who sought a second opinion were found to have been misdiagnosed by their primary physician. Additionally, 12 percent were given Read More
  • By Sean Lally, Staff Writer Dealing with insurance adjusters as you attempt to obtain compensation for a head injury can be a long and frustrating process. And, to make matters worse, insurance adjusters are often looking to save money, leaving your Read More
  • By Sean Lally, Staff Writer So-called states’ rights advocates often withdraw from their deeply held federalist beliefs as soon as those beliefs run counter to underlying corporate interests. Thus, formal ideology takes second place to material Read More
  • By Sean Lally, Staff Writer Just moments after watching her boyfriend, Philando Castile, get shot and killed for no reason, Diamond Reynolds was stowed in the backseat of a police cruiser with her daughter. A video, released not long after officer Read More
  • By Sean Lally, Staff Writer In an interview conducted by Larry Bodine, Ben Glass – a nationally renowned personal injury attorney from Virginia – lists five tenants for dealing with medical professionals after an accident. The first on the list is Read More

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