What Does ‘Pain and Suffering’ Mean In a Personal Injury Case?

“Pain and suffering” is a term often associated with personal injury lawsuits, but few people understand its meaning. From a legal standpoint, pain and suffering can be physical or mental. Physical pain and suffering is associated with physical injuries. This not only includes the discomfort or pain the claimant suffers in the present, but any… Continue reading What Does ‘Pain and Suffering’ Mean In a Personal Injury Case?

Automatic Entry Gates – Personal Injury & Damage Claims – Part 1 of 2

A comprehensive look into automated entry gates, gate injuries, gate maintenance, and gate service providers. How to determine responsibility of involved parties and understand what leads to a claim. Specific technical aspects associated with motor controllers and gate functions are intentionally omitted from this article. This article is not intended to be a training manual… Continue reading Automatic Entry Gates – Personal Injury & Damage Claims – Part 1 of 2

AUTOMATIC DOOR SERVICE PROVIDERS – How to Limit Your Liability

What every door service provider can do to proactively protect their business. As one of the most frequently retained automatic door injury experts in the country, I am routinely hired by plaintiff and defense attorneys. I am known as one of the most impartial experts in this field and have been requested by numerous service… Continue reading AUTOMATIC DOOR SERVICE PROVIDERS – How to Limit Your Liability

Can a Pre-Existing Condition Impact a Personal Injury Lawsuit?

People are often reluctant to disclose pre-existing conditions during a personal injury lawsuit. This is an understandable feeling given that the at-fault party’s insurance company may not want to pay out the claim willingly. They will be even less inclined to do so if they find out that a client failed to disclose pre-existing conditions.… Continue reading Can a Pre-Existing Condition Impact a Personal Injury Lawsuit?