Chalfant v. Guardianship of Flannigan – Injury Attorney Contingency Fees

When choosing a personal injury lawyer to represent you, it’s important to know that most attorneys accept these cases on a “contingency fee basis.” What this means is that there is no attorney fee unless you win. This is important because many people injured as… read more

Jury Awards $21.5 Million to Man Injured by Problem Door on Cruise Ship

A jury in a federal injury lawsuit has awarded $21.5 million in damages to a vacationing businessman from Illinois who suffered injury aboard a cruise ship owned by defendant Holland America that was sailing around the world in 280 days. Plaintiff suffered a minor brain… read more

Maniglia v. Carpenter – $180k Florida Accident Verdict Reversed, New Trial Ordered

A South Florida man will need to once again prove his car accident case at trial if he hopes to receive the $180,000 judgment a jury awarded him for injuries. Florida’s 3rd District Court of Appeals in Maniglia v. Carpenter reversed an earlier verdict in… read more