1. How Social Media Can Ruin Your Personal Injury Lawsuit

    How Social Media Can Ruin Your Personal Injury Lawsuit

    Many people use social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to keep their friends, family, and followers up to date with their lives. However, if you are in the middle of a personal injury claim following a car accident or other type of incident, you need to be careful about what you post. Something seemingly innocuous can lead to losing your personal injury case or not receiving …Read More

  2. Refinery Work Dangers and Injuries

    The oil and gasoline industry demands a lot from its refinery workers. Oil and gas refineries employ hard-working, dedicated refinery workers who are constantly working with hazardous substances under stressful conditions, often over long periods of time. The upside for many is the pay; according to Chron.com and Glassdoor.com, refinery workers average between $60,290 and $75,620 in hourly wages p…Read More

  3. New Orleans Lawyer Files Lawsuit Over Ending to Saints-Rams Game

    A New Orleans personal-injury lawyer has filed a lawsuit over the controversial finish to Sunday’s Rams-Saints game. Frank J. D’Amico Jr. says he “has been approached by numerous season ticket holders and members of the Who Dat Nation to take legal action” against commissioner Roger Goodell and the NFL in hopes of having the game replayed. D’Amico’s reasoning is Rule 17, Section 2, A…Read More

  4. After Fatal Mesothelioma And Cancer Diagnosis, a South Carolina Man Lives His Final Months

    Man with only months to live because of cancer and mesothelioma makes a plea to SC lawmakers for physician-assisted suicide. Bob DeVey was diagnosed with two types of cancer, first mesothelioma and then cancer on his lower spine that after surgery left him with limited mobility and required him to use a walker or a wheelchair. He sought to find a way to die using physician-assisted suicide which…Read More

  5. Jury Awards $21 Million to Hotel Dishwasher After She Was Forced to Work on Sundays

    A federal jury in Miami set a $21.5 million verdict for a Haitian immigrant in a religious accommodation case who lost her job at a Conrad Hotel because she would not work on Sundays because of religious beliefs. The Washington Post reports that Marie Jean Pierre informed the hotel when she was hired about a decade ago that she was a missionary for the Soldiers of Christ Church. Most of the ti…Read More

  6. Louisiana Workers Compensation Laws Differ Than Other States in Some Ways

    Workers’ Compensation in Louisiana   If you are hurt on the job in Louisiana, unable to work due to the injury, and if your injury is covered by Louisiana Workers’ Compensation Act, your employer and its workers’ compensation insurer are obligated to pay indemnity benefits, necessary and reasonable related medical bills, travel expenses and vocational rehabilitation benefits.   Wor…Read More

  7. Two Dead and Two Injured in Fatal Semi-Truck Accident in Arizona

    Two Dead and Two Injured in Fatal Semi-Truck Accident in Arizona Two are dead and two are injured after a fatal three-vehicle accident Friday around Buckeye Road and 69th Avenue in Phoenix Arizona. A semi-truck that was traveling westbound on Buckeye Road turned left across all lanes of traffic and entered the eastbound lanes of Buckeye Road. The front of the semi collided with a Ford pickup, whil…Read More

  8. What To Say (And What Not To Say) After A Car Accident

    What To Say (And What Not To Say) After A Car Accident

    As a Corpus Christi law firm providing car accident attorney services, we often work with clients who have been injured in a car accident. Personal injury lawsuits are sometimes short, simple, and easy to prove that a client has been injured due to the negligence of another driver. Other times, a car accident attorney can struggle to win a case for their client due to previous statements that a cl…Read More

  9. 19-Vehicle Crash On Freeway In Cajon Pass California Leaves Dozens Injured

    San Bernardino County firefighters were responding Wednesday morning to a 19-vehicle crash on the 15 Freeway in the Cajon Pass that left 35 people injured and prompted the closure of all southbound lanes, authorities said. The chain-reaction pileup occurred about 9:30 a.m. at Oak Hill Road and left most of the victims with moderate to minor injuries, according to the county fire department, which …Read More