Could posting, tweeting or talking about your Personal Injury Claim negatively impact your case? Did you know that your social media posting habits may negatively affect the outcome of your personal i
From Fitbits, and Google Glass to the revolutionary Oculus Rift, wearable technology is experiencing a new and surprising use: aiding Attorneys practicing Personal Injury Law. Never before have we
Part I - Injuries Fit Bit Force Fitbit was hit in March of last year by a class-action lawsuit claiming the company deceived consumers in the advertising of the Fitbit Force wristband. The Force was r
About Electronic Health Records & Medical Malpractice Risk Faulty Electronic Health Records Imagine that your loved one is admitted to the hospital with a severe pain in his/her leg and that he/she a
What Mediation is and tips for finding the best Mediator. What is Mediation? Mediation, as used in law, is another form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR). It is a way of resolving disputes betwe
Throughout this article, we will first give “legalese” and then explain that “legalese” in layman’s terms. In legalese, Tort Law is a body of rights, obligations, and remedies that are applied by
How the Parrish Law Firm used our "Knowledge From the Inside" to catch an insurance company hiding evidence. Caught In The Act - Special Report How the Parrish Law Firm used our "Knowledge From the In
Get the Info If the dog is with its owner, get their name and contact information (phone number, e-mail, and physical address). You'll also want to record the name of their insurance company, as well
You know the feeling: even if you havent been drinking, seeing a stationary sobriety checkpoint ahead on the road while driving at night can make you more than a bit nervous (or remind you that you just rolled a stop sign, that your registration just expired, etc). However, here...
There are several different types of field sobriety tests that law enforcement officers use during DWI/DUI arrests and stops. However, only three of them are recognized as reliable as standardized by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus ...