Monthly Archives: September 2011
Insurance companies, physicians, Chambers of Commerce, and other likeminded organizations and individuals have touted the purported need for tort reform and medical malpractice caps on damages. Many of these claims are based upon spurious arguments that there are too many … Continue reading
CRIMINAL RESTITUTION AWARDS IN PERSONAL INJURY SETTLEMENTS If the person who injures you is charged with a crime, you may be able to pursue compensation through a county victim assistance program. If there is a third-party liability settlement, wherein you … Continue reading
According to a recent analysis conducted by 24/7 Wallstreet which reviewed 2009 Census Bureau Statistics there was a high correlation between poverty and divorce. Of note residents in the northeastern United States have lower marriage and divorce rates while southern … Continue reading
September, 2011 — Mr. H. sustained a non-displaced fracture of his right hand when he crashed his motorcycle as a vehicle turned left in front of him.
According to a recent article in MSN.Money, five financial events can significantly impact a divorce: 1. Unstable real-estate market When the real estate market is soft and a lot of houses are on the market, you can burn through the … Continue reading
Maricopa County recently paid $100,000.00 to retired Superior Court Judge Kenneth Fields to settle his claim that former County Attorney, Andrew Thomas and Sheriff Joe Arpaio retaliated against him for certain rulings he made which they did not like. Retired … Continue reading