Lethal Waterslide Plunge - $2,000,000 Case | Full Episode | Personal Injury Court

Lethal Waterslide Plunge – $2,000,000 Case | Full Episode | Personal Injury Court

Traumatic Brain Injuries and Lifelong Debilitations

The Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) estimates that about 1.5 million Americans suffer a traumatic brain injury (TBI) each year, and as many as 50,000 of these patients may lose their lives. About 5.3 million Americans currently live with medical conditions resulting from a TBI, many of which involve physical, emotional, or cognitive debilitations such as attention deficit, communication problems, short- or long-term memory loss, chronic headaches and/or migraines, seizures, and speech impairments.

FAQs About Summer Camp Accidents and Injury Claims

If you are planning to enroll your child into a summer camp program, be sure you do your research. Learn what risks and liabilities are involved, and who is to blame for injuries and accidents that take place on camp grounds.

Slip and Fall Accidents: An Issue of Premises Liability, Not Clumsiness

Did you suffer an injury after a slip and fall or trip and fall accident? It may not be a simple issue of clumsiness. When we were kids, we would fall and scrape our knees and wake up with bruises we couldn’t remember getting. But not every falling accident is actually an “accident.” Property owners have a responsibility to maintain a safe space for visitors. If they are negligent in this, and that negligence created an unsafe condition that then causes a slip and fall accident, then that property owner may be held liable for the injuries that result.

Compensation for the Accidents of Everyday Life

It is a sunny day and you have been at the office for 60 hours this week and apart from seeing the sun from your office window you have not been able to step out and enjoy the weather. Your commute on the subway brings you through your front door at 7-00pm and the sun has long set.

Insurance Companies Acting in Bad Faith When Severe Personal Injuries Occur

Insurance companies, like any business, need to profit. Their own interests are their focus first in all claims. This results in many companies being resistant to claim approvals for personal injury claims, particularly in cases involving auto accidents.