Apr 24, 2019

Mississippi Debating a Bill to Limit the Liability of Property Owners for Unsafe Properties

By |Apr 24, 2019|Personal Injury|

The Sun Herald reported in February 2019, that a bill proposed by State Senator Josh Harkins was approved by a vote of 32-17. A similar bill is now for the Mississippi House of Representatives. The bill proposes two changes to current premises liability laws that attorneys and public safety advocates claim would hurt tenants, customers, [...]

Feb 13, 2019

How to Make a Claim for Pain and Suffering

By |Feb 13, 2019|Personal Injury|

Pain and suffering is a crucial part of your accident claim, along with your medical bills and your economic losses. Pain and suffering can’t be easily calculated, because there is no set amount for emotional trauma, or chronic pain, or the loss of a limb. That is why it is categorized as a “non-economic” damage. [...]

Jan 27, 2016

High School Football May Be on Its Way Out

By |Jan 27, 2016|Personal Injury|

Over the past several months, the news has focused on the dangers of football and its link to Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE). In October of 2015, news broke about a Missouri high school ending its football program. Now, a story in USA Today indicates that high school football may have reached its boiling point as [...]

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