Blog deals with issues of traumatic brain injuries, concussions and spinal injuries caused by accidents. Some posts describe cases in the news, others talk about new research or legislation.
Provides insight on injury news, legislation and reports in Virginia.
The blog offers advice on broad personal injury topics such as product recalls and workplace injuries in Virginia.
Reports of trucking accidents and of settlements in truck accident cases.
Discussion of personal injury law and legal issues, with Texas focus.
"Reports on injury law news, cases and opinions in Washington, D.C."
Covers news and events dealing with personal injury and accident law with a focus on Washington state.
Posts cover topics related to personal injury and property damage cases in Arizona, updates in policies and information for potential clients.
"Touches on relevant legal issues impacting our community, state and nation as well as topics that resonate with our clients."
The author blogs about workplace injury risks in West Virginia and offers advice about how to file personal injury lawsuits, ranging in topics from mining regulations to nursing facility negligence to driving laws.
This blog posts are about personal injury law, medical malpractice, workers' compensation and the practice of trial law. Also repurposes the author's monthly column for the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin.
The authors blog about personal injury cases in Wisconsin, including traffic law, product recalls and workplace injury hazards.
For attorneys practicing personal injury law in Wisconsin and consumers.
Posts several times a day about risk management and the workers compensation process, to reduce costs for companies. Includes both U.S. and international laws.
Posts cover Massachusetts law as far as fault in a car accident, DUI and incorporating small businesses.
Posts offer traffic safety tips and counter misconceptions about personal injury cases
"Patrick discusses his thoughts on personal injury practice. He believes all trials are plays, and a personal injury case is a 'tragedy.' Among his blog discussion is his theory gleaned from Aristotle in Poetics that tragedy at its highest level involves the audience (jury) in a universal cause-and-effect action where the jury pities the hero (plaintiff) and fears the adversity (injury) could happen to them. A catharsis takes place as the jury provides for fairness by way of a verdict."