What Makes a Death a “Wrongful Death?”

law-1063249_960_720If you have lost someone you love, of course their death feels wrong. You may feel angry, hurt, upset and devastated. However, not every death is considered a “wrongful death” in the eyes of the law. In the court system, you can pursue a “wrongful death” claim only if a liable party was negligent and their negligence led to the death. Do I Have A "Wrongful Death" Claim? Wrongful death claims can arise in cases of murder or in cases where recklessness leads to a death. For example, if a fatality occurs as a result of a car accident or medical malpractice, you may have a claim... Read more

Brain Injury Awareness Month

brain-951874_960_720 Brain Injury Awareness Month March is brain injury awareness month and it’s a great month to get serious about concussions and brain injuries. They are much more common than you might think. About 2.4 million Americans sustain traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) each year and an additional 795,000 sustain non-traumatic injuries known as acquired brain injuries (ABIs). Do You Know the Signs of Brain Injury? Would you know what to do if you or a loved one s... Read more