With the NCoV2019, or Coronavirus, circulating in China and making its way around the world, many are concerned about whether and how the United States might implement quarantine rules to slow the spread of the virus. The United States and the 50 state governments all...
Who is the Best Personal Injury Lawyer? Because actually practicing law is the only way to really learn, experience is at least as important as skill when you’re selecting your personal injury lawyer. Therefore, when screening lawyers for your car accident or other injury, look for lawyers with a track record of success and a history of getting good results for their clients.
Watch Personal Injury Lawyer Adam Futrell discuss what to expect when more than one person is at fault in an accident. Can you recover? Is a personal injury lawsuit still possible?
Personal injury lawyer Adam Futrell talks about how we work to protect our clients’ privacy in the personal injury process.
I’ve written a book on how to pick the right lawyer, entitled “Your Case, Your Call.” This book provides guidance on the difficult process of choosing and working with your lawyer.
Only a lawyer licensed in your state can evaluate all the legal issues in your case, consider your position, weigh the likely costs, and give you solid advice on whether professional help is appropriate.
Some of the worst vehicle accidents involve commercial trucks or tractor trailers. When these massive rigs are operated negligently, they can cause the most devastating injuries. Considering that some tractor trailers are over 30,000 pounds and 55 feet long, it's not...
Our "Ask Adam" series takes on a simple question that may be on the minds of many folks injured in car accidents: "Can I make a counteroffer to the insurance company?" It usually unfolds like this: You have a car collision that's not your fault. A few weeks or months...
Getting the biggest settlement or judgment possible is an art, not a science. Finding a lawyer you can trust to guide you in the process and take over handling your claim is essential.
After today’s decision , an employer can include a clause in its employment contract that requires employees to take their Fair Labor Standards Act claims through arbitration individually, without the benefit of a class-action lawsuit.