Category: Interesting Cases

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Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune is a United States military training facility in Jacksonville, North Carolina. The water supply at Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base was polluted with toxic chemicals from 1953 through 1987. More than 1 million individuals were exposed to these toxins, which caused many residents to get cancer and often die prematurely. To correct […]

The answer is not always as black and white as it seems. If you fall due to a store’s negligence like slippery floors or uneven ground then yes, that could be considered grounds for a lawsuit. However, if your slip and fall was merely an accident then no, there are no legal grounds for suing […]

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Not Filing a Police Report Filing a police report is essential in maintaining a strong case. By providing documentation of the accident, the police report allows for an unbiased third-party account of the incident. It legitimizes the claim the victim has, while also providing effectual evidence in comparison to hearsay from either the victim or […]

Insurance companies like to play games with innocent injury victims. Don’t fall for their tricks and traps. Here are seven insider secrets insurance adjusters don’t want you to know about. When Insurance companies tell you that their offer is final, they are not telling you the truth. Nearly every adjuster can get additional settlement authority […]

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When it comes to accident claims, being careful is essential- and the wrong move could wreck your accident claim. As an attorney who’s been representing personal injury victims for nearly two decades-I’ve become accustomed to how the game works in cases like these, known as the 5 Deadly Sins. To begin, the first deadly sin […]

Attorney Nina Kallen over at the Insurance Coverage in Massachusetts blog has a post regarding the recent case of Advanced Spine Centers, Inc. v. Pilgrim Insurance. This case establishes that a PIP claimant is still entitled to PIP benefits even if the claimant does not submit all paperwork requested by the PIP carrier. As long as […]

I found this over at and thought I would share it with my readers: What Not to Say When Pulled Over by a Cop by Jennifer Waters Sunday, September 19, 2010 In what he calls an “educational video” that’s widely circulated on YouTube, comedian Chris Rock offers advice on what to do when you get […]

This is a very important topic that cannot be stressed enough. Here is a great post that I found over at the Springfield Injury Law Blog that has a great post on this very topic. Here it is: One Tweet Can Tank Your Personal Injury Case Posted on January 26, 2010 by Jason Krebs You may think […]

Here is the story from Globetrotting CNN anchor Anderson Cooper is often at the scene of danger, but he allegedly overlooked a potentially deadly hazard in the Greenwich Village firehouse he’s converting into a new home. A 29-year-old interior designer is suing Cooper and the company owned by downtown architect and residential real-estate developer Cary […]

When you find yourself in need of legal representation, whether it’s after a truck accident or during a challenging legal battle, the relationship you forge with your attorney can significantly impact the outcome of your case. A strong attorney-client relationship is built on trust, communication, and clear expectations. However, several factors can strain or even […]