Personal injury Cases – Burden Of Proof

In a personal injury case, the plaintiff must prove his or her case by a preponderance of the evidence. This is commonly interpreted to mean: more likely than not, or by more than 50%. The plaintiff must prove both that the defendant was legally responsible for the injuries sustained and was a legal cause of Read more…

Partial List Of Dangerous Pharmacutical Drugs

Drugs That Are Being Litigated In 2016 For Being Allegedly Defective A defective drug means that it’s potential risks and dangers outweigh the drugs possible benefits, rendering such drugs unreasonably dangerous for its intended purpose to the consumer. This is just a partial list of drugs that are currently being litigated based on drug product liability theories in both federal and state courts: Read more…

Car Accidents And Uninsured Motorist Coverage

The Insurance Research Council (IRC) estimates that 1 driver out of every 7 drivers in the United States is currently uninsured. If you have suffered a personal injury in an automobile accident with a driver who neither has insurance coverage nor has enough to cover your injuries and economic loss,  you may still be able to recover damages for Read more…