What Are Average Neck and Back Injury Settlement Results from Car Accidents?
Stephen Hasner | Car Accidents | February 12, 2021
If you have been hurt in a car accident, you are probably concerned about how you will recover from the financial costs associated with your injury. But how can an injury victim get what they’re […]
What is MCS-90?
Stephen Hasner | Truck Accidents | February 11, 2021
If you’ve never heard of MCS-90 before, you’re not alone. Generally speaking, the people who know about MCS-90 tend to be the ones that work in the commercial trucking industry. If you have been injured […]
2019 Statistics Show Increase in Worker Deaths in the U.S.
Stephen Hasner | Workplace Accidents | February 9, 2021
According to an Economic News Release from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics on December 16, 2020, the number of fatal work injuries increased in 2019. The report indicates a two percent increase in the […]
Blunt Force Head Trauma: Causes and Effects
Stephen Hasner | Brain Injury | February 3, 2021
Blunt force head trauma can happen in any type of accident. Your head could hit the side window in a car accident. You could bump your head on the floor after a slip and fall. […]
Five Secrets of Accident Claims Against GEICO
Stephen Hasner | Car Accidents | January 20, 2021
GEICO is the second largest car insurance provider in the United States. They provide insurance for over 17 million drivers, covering a total of more than 28 million vehicles. They also have one of the […]
What is the Difference Between Express and Implied Consent?
Stephen Hasner | Personal Injury | January 15, 2021
Consent is a person’s freely given agreement to do a thing. Many legal relationships, like contracts, require both parties to give their consent and understand the agreement terms. Other relationships can go afoul if a […]
Pregnancy and Car Accident: Risks, Treatment, and Legal Options
Stephen Hasner | Car Accidents | December 30, 2020
There is nothing scarier to an expecting mother than to get injured while in the second or third trimester of a pregnancy. A forty-week process that is already fraught with so much anxiety and risk […]
Slip & Fall and Trip & Fall Accidents: Similarities & Differences
Stephen Hasner | Premises Liability | December 21, 2020
According to CDC’s most recent data, falls are the leading cause of accidental injuries in the United States. With every decade of life, the risk of a fall grows greater. The prevalence of accidental slip, […]
What are the Highest Paid Types of Lawyers?
Stephen Hasner | Personal Injury | December 18, 2020
There is a significant disparity in the money different attorneys make. Attorneys choose to specialize in particular areas of law, much like how doctors specialize in different areas of medicine. Each specialty represents a different […]
Tailgating: How This Dangerous Habit Causes Accidents and How to Stop It
Stephen Hasner | Car Accidents | December 17, 2020
Road rage is a form of aggressive driving that can turn an easy commute into a stressful and nerve-wracking experience for many drivers. Aggression behind the wheel can occur for various reasons but is most […]