Auto and truck accidents almost always involve bodily injuries, vehicular property damages, and financial losses such as medical expenses and lost income. We represent persons injured as a result of vehicular traffic accidents and assist with financial recovery for your injuries.
Auto AccidentsPersonal Injury
2.35 million people are injured or disabled in U.S. auto accidents each year
SOURCE: ASIRT (Association for Safe International Road Travel)
Cycling AccidentsPersonal Injury
With little equipment to properly protect a driver or rider from the impact from a collision with a vehicle, motorcyclists are vulnerable for serious injury or death. We provide experienced legal assistance immediately so that you, or your family can get the information needed to deal with injuries, hospitalization and medical treatment, and lost income.
In the past ten years, the number of motorcycles on the road went up 63%, but the number of fatalities more than doubled during the same period.
Trucking AccidentsPersonal Injury
Each year, thousands of people are injured or killed by negligent truckers. We work for injured families seeking accountability and justice, helping our clients achieve the maximum compensation and medical care.
In 2014 there were 3,903 people killed and an estimated 111,000 people injured in crashes involving large trucks.
Boating AccidentsPersonal Injury
We help people who are injured in boating accidents caused by negligent operation of boats on waterways. We also help those who are injured while employed on waterways, helping barge workers and seaman injured while working on barges and vessels. Whatever your injuries, we are here to help you recover compensation for medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering caused by negligence and reckless actions on the waterways.
Top 5 causes of boating accidents: inattention, improper lookout, inexperience, speed, ad machinery failure.
SOURCE: Boating Safety Resource Center
Medical MalpracticePersonal Injury
Medical malpractice takes place when a healthcare provider provides treatment that falls below the appropriate standard of care, putting the patient at risk of injury or death. Common medical malpractice claims are: Misdiagnosis and Failure to Diagnose, Surgical Errors, Pharmaceutical Errors, and Birth Injury.
Just 5% of U.S. doctors are responsible for 54% of all malpractice
SOURCE: Public Citizen Inc
Construction WorkersWorkers' Comp
If you have been injured while working at a construction site, any resulting legal claim may be affected by workers’ compensation laws, depending on your employment situation and the extent to which your employer is responsible for your injuries.
Falls accounted for more than one in every five of Construction injuries and illnesses.
Airline WorkersWorkers' Comp
Airline workers may sustain serious injuries in their positions as flight attendants, baggage handlers, members of the cockpit crew, ramp service personnel, and other roles. Filing a workers’ compensation claim following a job-related injury can help you recover benefits for medical costs, wages from missed work due to injuries, and potentially disability payments.
Airlines lost 257,040 work days in 2011 from 15,310 DART-related employee injuries
SOURCE: UL Workplace Health & Safety
Office WorkersWorkers' Comp
Most office workers typically sit at their desks throughout the day. Working at your desk for long hours can pose a significant risk of injury including carpal tunnel syndrome, back & neck injuries, eye strain & headaches and job related stress injuries.
Slips, trips, & falls (the most common office injury) account for 8.9 million ER visits each year
SOURCE: National Safety Council
Factory WorkersWorkers' Comp
Factory workers are often required to do manual lifting, operate heavy machinery and work in sometimes dangerous facilities. Typical injuries include back, musculoskeletal disorders, knee and shoulder joints, broken bones and injuries from repetitive use – injuries that are not sustained in a single accident but over a period of time.
Hearing loss is the most common factory injury, making up 12.3 cases per 10,000 workers
SOURCE: BLS (Bureau of Labor Statistics)