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Winter Conditions are Coming!

Personal Injury Lawyer We are quickly coming up on the holiday season, however with that comes the handful of months that include harsh winds, freezing temperatures and heavy snowfall. Similar to how we spend most winter mornings shoveling our driveways, wiping snow off our windshields, or salting our front steps … Continue reading

Legal Options After Suffering Birth Trauma

Legal Options After Suffering Birth Trauma - Newborn baby right after delivery

Birth Injury Accident Lawyer While the birthing process is – by its very nature – often quite traumatic, it should not ordinarily result in more than minor injuries to a laboring mother. When mother or baby suffer significant injury as a result of the birthing process, it’s time to consider … Continue reading

The Infamous Motion for Summary Judgment

The Infamous Motion for Summary Judgment

Personal Injury Lawyer Summary judgment is a judgment by a court without going to trial.  A summary judgment is a final decision by a judge based on statements and evidence.  Rule 56 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure outlines summary judgment for federal courts.  A motion for summary judgment … Continue reading

How A Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Can Help You

How A Motorcycle Accident Lawyer Can Help You - Motorcycle handlebar POV on road highway

Motorcycle Lawyers Motorcycle accident lawyers are a great source of information when it comes to accidents involving motorcycles. Motorcycle accidents can have significant damages inflicted to both motorcycle and the other vehicle(s) involved in the crash. Bodily injuries will range from minor to severe in these accidents too and in … Continue reading

Hazardous Roadways & Personal Injury

Hazardous Roadways & Personal Injury - Closeup asphalt road with marking lines for giving directions, traffic lines concept

Personal Injury Lawyer If you are a native of a large city, then you know the stress of navigating crowded highways and the multitudes of people rushing about trying to get from one place to another. Driving on the road is a very trusting experience, since we trust that the roads … Continue reading

Why You Shouldn’t Post After A Car Accident 

Why You Shouldn’t Post After A Car Accident 

Why You Shouldn’t Post After A Car Accident  It is no secret that most people have a very active social media life. With things like Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram being the most popular platforms for connecting with friends and family, it isn’t a shock that after an accident you want … Continue reading

Minor’s Incapacity to Contract

Minor’s Incapacity to Contract

In many jurisdictions, minors are considered to not have full capacity to contract. Many jurisdictions might allow minors to have certain excuses for non performance of contracts, consider some contracts that bind minors as entirely unenforceable, or consider contracts voidable with a minor’s discretion. A natural result of these rights … Continue reading

8 Frequently Asked Bike Law Questions

8 Frequently Asked Bike Law Questions

More and more people are seeing the benefits of biking instead of driving. Exercise, fresh air, and saving money on gas are some of the reasons people are opting to leave the car at home. With the increase in biking, the bike accident lawyers at Schehr Law, PLLC, Attorney at … Continue reading

Were you Fired for Being a Whistleblower? Here’s How You Can Get Justice

Were you Fired for Being a Whistleblower? Here’s How You Can Get Justice

There are many different types of wrongful terminations, but terminating a whistleblower is inexcusable. When you step up to call out your employer on unethical or even illegal practices, you shouldn’t be punished for trying to make the world (or at least your workplace) a better place. As a whistleblower … Continue reading

What Are The Elements of a Personal Injury Case?

What Are The Elements of a Personal Injury Case?

If you or someone you know was injured in an accident that was caused by someone else’s negligence, you may qualify for compensation under personal injury law. If the accident is based on negligence, the injury victim has to show reliable evidence that the at-fault party was responsible for what … Continue reading