Injured By An Indiana Physician? What Should You Know About Recent Changes To State Malpractice Laws?

If you've recently undergone a serious medical procedure and aren't recovering as quickly as you'd hoped, you may be alarmed to learn that your delayed recovery isn't through any fault of your own body but a slip-up during surgery or even a mistake in the amount of medication prescribed after surgery. Ordinarily, the proper remedy for those injured by physician negligence is a medical malpractice lawsuit. However, your ability to collect the full spectrum of potential available damages may be altered after the passage of a 2015 law raising the cap on medical malpractice judgments in Indiana. Read More 

3 Goals Trial Attorneys Have In Criminal Cases

If you were recently arrested for a crime, your best bet at walking away with an innocent verdict (or reduced charges) will require hiring a great trial attorney. A trial attorney will represent you in your case, and good trial attorneys have several main goals during criminal cases. Here are three of the main goals the attorney you select should have when representing you in your criminal case. Choose The Right Jurors Read More 

Common DUI Defenses In The United States

Just because you've been accused of driving while intoxicated does not mean that you have to be convicted of this crime. As soon as you're arrested, one of the first things you should do is contact an experienced DUI attorney. He or she will analyze the scenario that led to your arrest and formulate what is called a defense. Legally speaking, your defense is the argument that you and your lawyer make as to why you should not be found guilty of driving while intoxicated. Read More 

Three Medical Conditions That May May Mimic Intoxication and Can Help You Contest A DUI Rap

If you have been accused of DUI for behaviors that indicated you were intoxicated and you know that you are not guilty, you may be suffering from some type of medical condition. Consult a DUI attorney for their advice on how you need to defend your case. They will be able to match you with medical professionals that will work with you to secure the proper testing and diagnosis that will hopefully lead to your acquittal. Read More 

Does A Warning Sign Make Any Difference In A Personal Injury Lawsuit In California?

To successfully file a personal injury lawsuit against somebody, your attorney will attempt to show that the defendant had a duty of care towards you. Your lawyer will also allege that the defendant neglected this duty of care. In turn, the defendant's attorney will normally try to present evidence that shows he or she was not negligent. Find out how warning signs affect personal injury liability, and learn more about the steps a California lawyer would take to counter this type of evidence. Read More