My trial schedule has been more than hectic recently with cases in Rhode Island, Florida, North Carolina, California, Wisconsin, and Arizona all having significant depositions, motions or trials scheduled over the last few months. Having weathered the worst of it I was able to attend a "Mastermind" meeting with some of the finest truck accident

There are several myths about Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI’s), all of which can be explained when you understand the science and medicine involved in the causation and treatment of TBI’s. One of the most popular myths is "You can’t have a TBI if you don’t lose consciousness." 

The Center for Disease Control, an arm of the federal government, dispels this

Andrew Wolfson wrote an excellent article for the Louisville, Kentucky Currier-Journal on the dangerous trucking company that was responsible for putting truck on the road that killed eleven people in Kentucky. The company, identified as Hester, Inc. DOT number 1222388,  had horrible safety scores, putting it in the bottom percentages of all trucking companies its size in America.

One of the critical items to consider in every case is the "black box" data that many cars and trucks are equipped with. These boxes save data on speed, turn signals, braking, and other information that is very useful to determine in a wreck. Many is not all but that is soon to change. As

"I’m here to help." Scary words when said by the government or by an insurance adjuster. I will leave you to your own thoughts about the government’s statement, but let me tell you a little about what "I am here to help" means when said by a trucking company executive.

First it means they know you

Another tragedy occurred Saturday when a tractor trailer struck Armando Roca’s car from behind, killing his passenger and wife Dorothy Roca, on interstate 81 in Greene County, Tennessee. The collision occurred at approximately 2pm when the Roca’s car, driven by Mr. Roca, was rear ended by a tractor trailer driven by Samuel Alvarenga.

A new organization for lawyers who represent victims of truck, bus, and commercial motor vehicle accidents was recently founded. The organization is limited to those lawyers who represent individuals against these large companies and their huge insurance companies. See: 

AITLA is the counter to the long established Trucking Industry Defense Association (TIDA) whose members are