We understand that when a lawyer tells you that your case is work “X” dollars, you feel relieved to finally have an answer.
One of the best ways to ensure a good outcome in your Illinois workers’ compensation case is to work with your doctor and communicate with him or her about everything.
The Philadelphia Inquirer recently picked up on a story that has been around the Philadelphia legal community for a while, i.e., the $1 million in sanctions entered against attorney Nancy Raynor in the Sutch v. Roxborough Memorial Hospital case.
Well, Mainers – we’ve made it through our first real snowstorm of the season. A blizzard or Nor’Easter as it were.
What Are Unintended Safety Consequences of Cutting Health Insurance Benefits for School Bus Drivers?
There is a new budget proposal pending in the legislature to cut health insurance benefits for school bus drivers in Georgia.
Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) and Rep. Rosa DeLauro (D-CT) have introduced bills in Congress that would establish a single, independent federal food safety agency.
5:45 am. Phone beeps. Count backward down to the minute have to get up to get out on time. 5:56 am get up.
Motorcyclists are often seriously injured when involved in a crash. The most deadly of those injuries are head injuries.
Lately I’ve wondered whether the civil justice system and lawyers who practice in it have it wrong. Hear me out on this.
No Recovery Against Premise Owner/Employer Where Employee Was Not in Course and Scope of Employment at the Time She Ran Over Customer with Her Vehicle in Store Parking Lot
Akeisha Dorsey was employed by RaceTrac at its convenience store. On the day of the accident she left work for a doctor’s appointment and returned to the store several hours later.