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Can a Ski Accident result in a Wrongful Death Claim?

Losing a loved one is incredibly painful, coupled with a sudden and tragic accident that you weren’t expecting can be even more devastating. When a person gears up for the mountain after fresh powder has fallen, the last thing on their minds is suffering a...

Pain and suffering claims for comatose patients

Pain and suffering is one of the most common claims for non-economic damages, and one of the most important, as a personal injury lawyer Little Rock, AR relies on can attest.  Many jurors struggle with awarding non-economic damages, due to personal beliefs and the inability...

Who can sue for a traumatic brain injury?

When someone is injured by another person in an avoidable act that resulted in a traumatic brain injury to the victim, the victim can sue that person. Traumatic brain injuries are all too common as they occur under a wide variety of circumstances. If you...

When Your Loved One is Killed: Should You Sue for Wrongful Death?

Under certain circumstances, when a person is killed in an avoidable act, the victim’s family can file a wrongful death civil lawsuit against the person or company that caused the death. If this description fits the loss of your loved one, contact a wrongful death...

How Do I Sue Someone for a Wrongful Death?

A wrongful death suit is an action that is brought against another party when someone dies or is killed as a result of negligence. In these cases, it’s usually the surviving members of the victims’ families that bring the suit. It’s not unusual for them...