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Does My Case Qualify for Class Action Status?

September 11, 2018

People have a right to live and bring up their families in an environment that is safe and not harmful to their health and well-being. There are a great many laws at the state and federal levels that are meant to regulate and control the actions and behavior of utility companies. They were designed to ensure that people can breathe fresh air, drink clean water, and live in homes that are free of toxic material. The utility companies know these laws well. And most of them abide by them to the letter. But there are always a few that break the law and put people’s lives in danger in pursuit of greater profits.

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What Conditions Qualify Your Loss or Injuries as Catastrophic?

September 4, 2018

It is common in cases involving personal injury law to identify an injury as catastrophic. These are very serious injuries that will impact the rest of a person’s life. They are considered to be very different from injuries that are classified as serious. Victims of catastrophic injuries are never going to heal. An injury being designated as catastrophic makes a difference when it comes to the compensation and protections provided an accident victim.

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My Family Has Become Ill and We Suspect Our Utility Provider Might Be Responsible. How Do We Proceed?

August 30, 2018

Everyone deserves to live and raise their family in a hazard-free environment. A raft of legislation has been passed over the last century at both the federal and state levels to ensure the air that people breathe, the water they drink, and the materials used to build their homes and structures near it are clean and safe. Utility providers know this. They have deep knowledge and insight into these laws because they were written to regulate their behavior. Most such providers follow the rules. But some do not. They think they can break the law, put people’s lives in danger, and make more money for themselves.

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