FL v. Robert Hayes Trial Day 7 – VERDICT REACHED




The Many Faces of Personal Injury and How the Law Deals With Them

Attorneys who practice defense in these kinds of cases must prove the condition that caused his clients injuries as negligence on the part of the accused. He needs to determine the condition of injury his client is experiencing to be that of the accused which he is charged.

Is Hiring an Attorney Worth It for Victims of a Car Accident?

Most individuals head out during the day with the express hope that they’ll be home later that night without any issue. Unfortunately, being involved in an auto accident can prevent this expectation from becoming a reality. Regardless of how safe of a driver a person is, the simple fact remains that the average driver will have to file an auto insurance claim once every 17.9 years.

Life-Changing Injury at Work? Your Best Plan of Action

The unemployment rate has been on a steady decline since 2009 and an increasing number of people are finding it easier to obtain a job. As anyone who has been out of work for any period of time can attest to, having a place to work is essential to living a productive life. Unfortunately, every job presents some risk of injury. In fact, there were 8.56 million work-related injuries in 2007 alone. These injuries can sometimes be life-changing, so it’s imperative for every employee to know how to respond to the presence of hazardous materials and major on-the-job accidents.

Door Injuries and “The Eggshell Plaintiff”

As discovery has often shown, people in poor physical or mental condition who are left unattended or unassisted while moving through doorways are often the genesis of their own injuries. All commercial venues have the responsibility to maintain their facilities to industry wide standards, seek proper routine maintenance, and provide daily inspections of their door systems. However, it is difficult to provide safe passage to every patron of their facilities when some of those patrons may include persons requiring diligent physical supervision, special assistance walking, or have special needs due to disease, mental incapacity, or other unknown infirmities.

How To Protect Your Rights When A Doctor Hurts Your Baby

Birth injuries are never a pleasant experience for anyone involved. Parents are naturally excited and doctors are usually attempting to perform professionally, along with the medical delivery team. Both parents are commonly in the operating room during the delivery process in contemporary births, which is much different from traditional births from earlier decades.

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