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DUI Results in Death of Four, Driver Pleads Not Guilty

By kmarks | January 14, 2015 | 0 Comments

They call it the California Christmas Concert Crash. A suspected DUI Driver killed four pedestrians while crossing the street outside of their church. At least 12 others suffered injuries including broken bones, abrasions and head trauma. Five of the injured are children. The disabled driver was driving a modified vehicle and was reported to have…

Five Personal Injury Claims We Bet You Didn’t Know About

By kmarks | January 9, 2015 | 0 Comments

It’s common knowledge that if you’re in some sort of accident you can file for a personal injury claim.  Have an accident at work or on the road?  No problem.  Plenty of “No Win, No Fee” injury attorneys are ready to line up and act as your official rep.  But did you know there are…

Daughter of Former News Anchor Killed in Tragic Crash

By kmarks | January 9, 2015 | 0 Comments

On Christmas Eve in South Carolina, weather and road conditions are thought to be the cause of a fatal accident. Former news anchor Marty Matthews and her family were traveling on Interstate 95 to celebrate the holidays with her son, when her husband, driving the vehicle ran off the side of the road after losing…

Using a Fitbit for Your Personal Injury Case

By kmarks | January 6, 2015 | 0 Comments

You’ve seen them everywhere. Bracelets that track your exercise and activity levels. They have become a staple for those seeking to stay physically fit, and now they have the potential to end up in a courtroom. When a person is involved in a personal injury case and is requesting compensation for injuries they received that…

Successful Brain Injury Law Firm – Ken Marks

By kmarks | December 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

Receiving a blunt force trauma to the head can cause a traumatic brain injury. The level of damage will depend on the type of the trauma and its force. Brain cell damage can be sustained at the area below the impact on the skull. A more severe blow which causes the brain to move may…

Do You Have a Product Liability Case?

By kmarks | December 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

Many instances of alleged product liability have surfaced recently. They include strollers, airbags, medical devices, furniture that falls apart and injures someone, a laptop that explodes, ladders with cracks in the rungs, and other items that have caused injury to the user. The products become termed as defective and dangerous. When a manufacturer or selling…

Construction Site Accidents & Personal Injuries in CA

By kmarks | December 22, 2014 | 0 Comments

Recently the state’s occupational safety and health office fined a construction company over $106,000 for violations that led to the deaths of two construction workers in a major crane accident. The deaths followed after the workers fell 80 feet from a crane-hoisted platform. The safety agency had found that the crane had not been certified…

Auto Accident & Personal Injury Cases

By kmarks | December 18, 2014 | 1 Comment

If you are involved in an auto accident and sustain injuries, seek medical attention. Some types of injuries are not immediately apparent and may appear to be just soreness or bruising, and show up within a few days much worse. Emergency room personnel are trained to completely assess you for injuries and take whatever action…

Car Accident Settlements

By kmarks | December 16, 2014 | 1 Comment

With life threatening and potentially life altering results, car accidents are often the result of someone else’s negligence. Accident settlements for injuries, medical costs and other damages are often the second life altering experience after being involved in a car accident. Usually the settlement value is dependent upon the damages and the strength of the…

Product Liability & Defective Hip Replacements

By kmarks | December 12, 2014 | 1 Comment

When our physician suggests a hip replacement we have a reasonable expectation that the appliance meets all of the safety regulations and FDA requirements. Occasionally this is not the case and the product can cause severe harm and even death. When this happens the manufacturer of the product begins a defensive dance that requires legal…