Month: March 2020

Can a Child Claim for Whiplash?

  Whiplash is also called neck strain. It’s a physical injury that affects the bones, muscles, tendons, and tissue in your neck. Whiplash may heal in a few days or weeks. Other injury victims may require treatment for months. Some people experience long-term chronic pain and other complications. In severe cases, these symptoms can be permanent and Read More

What Is Medical Malpractice?

A medical malpractice case involves any situation in which a personal injury or death happens because of improper medical care. This could happen at a hospital, in a doctor’s office, or at the behest of another kind of health care professional. Generally, medical malpractice occurs when a doctor is negligent in the way that they Read More

How Does Addiction Use Affect a Custody Award?

Child custody battles can get particularly messy. Even though the child’s best interest is always part of the case, addiction can complicate how a custody award is determined—even if the parent who’s an addict makes more money than the other parent. A custody case can be stressful for all parties involved, but if it’s in Read More