Waiting too long or seeking treatment too late can result in the insurer not agreeing to pay medical bills. Delaying treatment can result in making the plaintiff less believable as it relates to their pain or their injury complaints.
The three factors that are needed for a good personal injury claim are large damages or injuries, clear liability, and deep pockets.
Some of my friends and visitors may have noticed that it has been quite some time since I last blogged, and it is something that I have been meaning to do.
Well, it’s been a little while since I’ve put pen to paper (or as in this case, fingers to keys, as it should be said these days I guess), and there has certainly been a lot out there that I’ve wanted to write about, but I absolutely felt compelled to blog about this one
Ever posted something on an online newspaper or other website that allowed you to voice your opinion about a particular article or subject anonymously? If you’re reading this and you are connected to the World Wide Web, chances are greater than not that you have.
In the recent Third District Appellate Court of Illinois decision of People v. Roa, the third district again addressed an issue that seems to surface more regularly than one would think in criminal cases: that issue being how long of a detention is too long by officers when making a routine traffic stop.
Recently our Law Office, located in Bloomington, Illinois, has Received a Multitude of Calls Claiming that Someone from our Office with a Very Thick Foreign Accent Calling from a Number with a (309) Area Code Represents Our Office.