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FOIA and Personal Injury

FOIA stands for the Freedom of Information Act. Both the U.S. and all 50 states have FOIA laws. The laws at the state level differ from state to state. You need to know the details of your state law to … Continue reading


An injunction is a court order. The Court tells a person to either do something or not to do something. When the Court tells a person to do something, it is referred to as a “Mandatory Injunction”. When the Court … Continue reading

Spinal Cord Injuries

A spinal cord injury is a serious and life-altering experience that can impact the lives of victims either short-term or long-term.  Because of the integral relationship between the spinal cord and the body, spinal cord injuries can create a host … Continue reading

Alzheimer’s Disease

Diagnosing Alzheimers A Washington Post article of October 1, 2013 stated that approximately five million people suffer from Alzheimers disease in the United States. Misdiagnosis is common. The disease is frequently confused with dementia.  Although the symptoms are similar, treatment … Continue reading

Product Defect Cases

Product Defect Cases and Federal Preemption The Preemption Doctrine states essentially that where the federal government has passed legislation and has intended to, so to speak, occupy that particular field then the 50 states cannot intervene in terms of passing … Continue reading

Wrongful Death Damage

Preserving Survival Damages When Your Case Morphs Into a Wrongful Death Action Wrongful Death Damage Should Include Survival Damage If you’ve had the experience of a client who died during the course of your handling an injury claim for that … Continue reading

Amusement Park Injuries

The Zone Of Safety Is Designed To Prevent Amusement Park Injuries Most amusement park injuries that involve rides occur either as a result of some mechanical malfunction of the ride vehicle or some behavior by the rider that takes the … Continue reading

Spoliation of Evidence

Spoliation of evidence cases arise most often in premises liability and product liability cases.  In particular if a potential defendant is in possession of evidence, whether it be photographic, documentary or some other type of evidence, that bears directly on … Continue reading

Personal Injury Anatomy-Nervous System

This posting is an overview of human anatomy and physiology. The source of the information is for the most part a course offered by The Teaching Company and presented by Dr. Anthony Goodman entitled “Understanding The Human Body:An Introduction to … Continue reading

Personal Injury Anatomy-Cardiovascular System

Personal injury anatomy cardiovascular system is one of several postings dealing with human anatomy and physiology for injury lawyers and plaintiffs. In order to grasp your injury case you must know the basics of anatomy. These postings are designed to … Continue reading

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