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Category Archives: Personal Injury

Vicarious Liability in Personal Injury Law

To recover financial compensation through a personal injury claim, a plaintiff must prove that another party is liable for their accident. Most often, a personal injury claim is brought directly against the defendant whose negligence (unsafe conduct) caused the accident.  That being said, other parties may bear responsibility as well. Through a theory called vicarious...

Personal Injury Claims: A Guide to Demand Letters

Most personal injury cases are resolved outside of the courtroom. In fact, the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) estimates that less than three percent of all tort claims end in a trial verdict. This raises an important question: How do you get the other side to take your personal injury claim seriously? One of the...

Discovery in Personal Injury Claims: What is it and Why is it Important?

All successful personal injury claims are backed by strong, well-organized supporting evidence. Discovery is a pre-trial procedure through which evidence that may not otherwise be accessible can be gathered and prepared. Discovery is one of the most important aspects of the personal injury claims process. Here, our Erie County personal injury lawyers answer some common...

How a Letter of Spoliation Can Help to Preserve Important Evidence in a Personal Injury Case

All successful personal injury claims are backed by strong, carefully documented supporting evidence. Without the evidence to prove liability and establish damages, a plaintiff will struggle to recover the full and fair financial compensation that they rightfully deserve.  Of course, collecting the evidence presents some challenges. In many cases, the key evidence is held by...

Six Mistakes that Could Negatively Affect Your Personal Injury Case

Through a personal injury claim, victims can get justice, accountability, and much needed financial support. Unfortunately, getting a full and fair settlement offer from a large insurance company is rarely an easy thing to do. Insurers are aggressive—and they may try to take advantage of even the smallest of mistakes. Here, our Buffalo personal injury...

New Smart Traffic Signals Proposed for Amherst, NY—Hopes for Pedestrian Improved Pedestrian Safety, But Fears Over Privacy

According to reporting from The Buffalo News, Amherst Supervisor Brian J. Kulpa recently introduced a plan to bring smart traffic signals to the town. The goal is to better manage traffic flow and, even more importantly, improve pedestrian safety. However, some Amherst residents have raised questions about their right to privacy. Here, our Buffalo pedestrian...

Brain Injury Claims and Future Medical Care: What You Need to Know

Recovering from a brain injury can be a long, difficult process. The adverse effects could even be permanent. An important part of any personal injury claim is ensuring that future medical costs and necessary rehabilitative treatment are properly considered.  You should never agree to settle a serious injury claim without a comprehensive treatment plan that...

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