We may think of car accidents as freak occurrences but, unfortunately, car accidents and common car accident injuries occur more often than they should. More than 3 million people are injured in car accidents each year, and many common car accident injuries can leave their victims with lifelong consequences.
Among other things, high asset divorce shares one particular aspect with all other types of divorce: it is rarely, if ever, easy. In fact, because so much is being put on the line — marital assets, business assets, trusts, etc., — the stakes are often raised for those in high asset divorces.
As experienced high net worth divorce lawyers, the attorneys at Grimes & Fertitta have direct, in-depth knowledge of the complexities inherent in high net worth divorces.
When someone has either lost a loved one or received injuries in a boating accident, they often wind up asking the question, “What is the cause of most boating accidents?” The answer to this question can be quite complicated.
Negligence is frequently a central component in personal injury cases, but did you know that there are many different types of negligence? Just as there are many types of personal injury cases, there are also many types of negligence. “Negligence” alone is a blanket term that covers a wide spectrum of negligent behavior. In fact, some negligence laws differ from state to state.
As the Coronavirus continues its spread, many states and counties across the U.S. have reported drastic drops in calls reporting elder abuse. While this reduction in elder abuse reports may seem like a good thing, it is actually a cause for alarm.