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How to Choose the Right Personal Injury Attorney

If you have been injured, you get only one chance to get the compensation you deserve. One of the most important decisions you make in your lifetime will be choosing the right personal injury attorney to represent you. You must choose the right lawyer the first time If you hire the wrong lawyer to represent... Read More »

Video Showing Forces Imparted in Auto Accidents

Marietta, Georgia personal injury lawyer Matt Flournoy has posted a video on YouTube that shows some of the forces that are imparted in even a “minor” car wreck. While you might find the editing of the video (and its numerous inserts of text) annoying, it does have some decent information. Powered by ScribeFire. Read More »

Before You Speak to the Insurance Company, Learn About Your Rights

Anchorage, Alaska personal injury lawyer Michael Schneider has a great story about a client who lost a personal injury case because the client spoke to the insurance adjuster, trusted the adjuster, and apparently followed the adjuster’s bad advice, which ended up hurting the claim. Mr. Schneider doesn’t have specifics but only says that at trial... Read More »

Tort Reform Myths

Here’s an awesome new video about the myths of tort reform perpetuated by the insurance industry! Read More »

The use of Insurance in the Court Room

Not being a lawyer, you may not be aware that the Texas rules of evidence prohibits a lawyer from mentioning insurance in a case where the insurance company is not the defendant.  In other words, if you find yourself on a jury hearing a claim for medical malpractice or a car accident, you won’t hear... Read More »

Whiplash May Result in Delayed Jaw Pain

Trauma patients 5 times more likely to suffer facial dysfunction after a crash THURSDAY, Aug. 30 (HealthDay News) — About one in three people who suffer whiplash is at risk of developing delayed jaw pain/dysfunction that may require treatment, a Swedish study finds. Publishing in the August issue of the Journal of the American Dental... Read More »

Drunken Drivers Kill More People in Texas than in Any Other State

According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, Texas led the country last year in the number of drunken driving fatalities with 1,354 drunken driving deaths last year (up from 34 in 2005). Texas tied Arizona and Kansas for the largest increase in the number of fatalities while Utah, Kansas, and Iowa had the largest percentage... Read More »