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The goal of making a claim and/or suing for damages is to compensate an injury victim. To compensate means to balance out. A person is injured as a result of another’s actions or lack of action. The new post accident state of affairs is out of balance – the injured party has lost something –[…]
Negligence is a legal concept, a subcategory of the larger legal concept of “torts.” Torts is one of the pillars of remedial law, along with criminal law and contracts, i.e., a law which lays out the process of securing a remedy for an alleged wrong. For example, in contract law, if a contracting party reneges[…]
I was in a car wreck and the insurance company sent me some money for my property damage and pain and suffering, but I still have more medical bills, and my car still does not run right. What can I do? This is a common question asked by prospective clients. The short answer is: it[…]
Workplace injuries are extremely common, so, first of all, don’t feel you’re “odd” or a “special case.” Employers know that workplace injuries are a business risk. That’s why most employers carry workers’ compensation insurance. Workers’ compensation insurance works pretty much the same way as other insurance policies. The employer, whether it’s a big corporation or[…]
Assuming that you are conscious and able to move about, you’re likely to be stunned and confused. If you smell smoke your vehicle may be on fire. In that case, you don’t have a lot of time. Check to see if your passengers are conscious and able to move. If so, exit the car and[…]
1. Lawyers know the law This sounds obvious, but what are the implications of this statement? Personal Injury Law, like all other areas of law, is complex. Courts and legislatures have wrestled with personal injury law and its manifold applications and meanings for centuries. It is nothing new and has gained notoriety in the past[…]
A Continuing Legal Education Presentation Sponsored By The South Carolina Bar Thomas M. Gagne, Esq. November 9, 2017 Columbia, South Carolina “There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.” Hamlet (Act I, Scene V) Welcome to Overcoming Medicine– Mastering The Medical Case In Personal Injury Claims Before[…]
Would The Real Diagnosis Please Stand Up? – Lecture 5 By Thomas M. Gagne, Esq. Greenville, South Carolina November 24, 2017 Good morning. I’d like to take this opportunity to thank the fine folks at the National Business Institute for making this CLE possible. Today I’ll be reviewing the concepts of masking symptoms and differential[…]
In a nutshell, mediation is an alternative way to resolve legal disputes. It’s nothing new, but it has become fashionable in the last twenty years or so as the number of court cases (lawsuits) have proliferated and governmental budgets have contracted. Mediation is quicker, and more importantly, cheaper than a traditional trial on the merits.[…]
One of the main purposes of the law is to compensate persons for a wrong another person or entity has perpetrated upon them which results in a loss of some sort. For instance, if you’re a buyer and a seller agrees to sell you a specific number of goods at a specific price and that[…]