Don't Worry About Your Case Right Now

Posted by Jacques Williams on Mar 19, 2020 2:22:29 PM

Takeaway: Sufficient to the day is its own trouble. Matt. 6:34.

As our Nation, our State, and our local communities and families cope with a virtually unprecedented national emergency, it is important to keep everything in perspective. Listen to the advice of our leaders in government, healthcare professionals, and the dictates of your own commonsense, which you have known since childhood. Namely, avoid contact with others if you are sick, or if you are concerned that they may be sick (now called “social distancing”); wash your hands regularly with soap and hot water; eat properly, get plenty of rest, etc.

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Topics: personal injury, social distancing

Daylight Savings Time Creates Increased Risk To Drivers

Posted by Andrew Meek on Mar 6, 2020 3:31:24 PM

A quick Internet search for information related to the inception of Daylight Savings Time will lead to conflicting results regarding the origin, purpose and benefits of the biannual time change. Most people will agree that the main purpose is to make better use of available daylight, and some will argue that the time change is no longer beneficial in today’s world of abundant electricity. Read More

Topics: personal injury, car accident

Qui Tam Relators and the False Claims Act

Posted by Jacques Williams on Feb 26, 2020 5:00:00 PM

Takeaway: Private Citizens who report significant financial defrauding of a federal agency may be eligible for significant rewards. Read More

Topics: Fraud, False Claims, Whistleblower

THE SLIPPERY SLOPE OF FORESEEABILITY

Posted by Jacques Williams on Feb 12, 2020 4:45:00 PM

Takeaway: An injured person’s legal remedies will often hinge on whether what happened to them was foreseeable. Should the harm have been reasonably anticipated?

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Topics: personal injury, legal remedy

CONTINGENT FEES OFFER CLARITY, TRANSPARENCY TO PERSONAL INJURY VICTIMS

Posted by Jacques Williams on Feb 11, 2020 4:30:00 PM

Takeaway: Hamstead, Williams & Shook offers free consultations on personal injury cases. If you hire us, we won’t get paid until you do.

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Topics: medical malpractice, personal injury, car accident, free consultation, truck accident