January 24, 2022
What Constitutes a Bad Faith Insurance Claim?

What Constitutes a Bad Faith Insurance Claim?

If you’ve recently been injured due to circumstances that are not your fault and you’re looking at a stack of medical bills, consider filing a personal […]
January 24, 2022
What Are the Statutes of Limitations for Medical Malpractice?

What Are the Statutes of Limitations for Medical Malpractice?

Medical malpractice cases have different statutes of limitations depending on the state, but many states hold similar statutes that usually last two years.
January 20, 2022
What Is the Settlement Process in Personal Injury Cases?

What Is the Settlement Process in Personal Injury Cases?

When you win your personal injury case and receive a settlement, it can take a while for that money to get to you. Let’s learn more about the process.
December 27, 2021
When Should You File an Insurance Claim After an Injury?

When Should You File an Insurance Claim After an Injury?

Have you recently been injured in an accident? Filing a claim with your insurance company can help you pay for any expenses that pile up due to your injury.
December 16, 2021
How Are Wrongful Death Settlements Calculated?

How Are Wrongful Death Settlements Calculated?

When a loved one passes away due to circumstances outside their control, you deserve compensation for that crushing loss. But what’s in that compensation?
December 16, 2021
How Are Unpaid Wages Treated in Bankruptcy?

How Are Unpaid Wages Treated in Bankruptcy?

When your employer files for bankruptcy, you may feel left in the lurch. What happens to your wages that remain unpaid when your employer goes bankrupt?
December 6, 2021
What Protections Are in Place for Whistleblowers?

What Protections Are in Place for Whistleblowers?

If you alert the public to mismanagement or malice on your company’s part, federal law grants you some protections. How do those protections work?
November 23, 2021
5 Tips for Reporting Unpaid Wages in Idaho

5 Tips for Reporting Unpaid Wages in Idaho

If you work beyond your scheduled hours per week, your employer must pay you for that time. What recourse do you have if they don’t? Find out here.