February 2014 Blog Posts Archives
Five Common Defective Automotive Products
Although any number of auto parts can be defectively designed or manufactured, there are five parts that frequently come under scrutiny.
What Is “Comparative Negligence?”
The personal injury attorneys of Younker Hyde Macfarlane, PLLC explain how comparative negligence is determined.
Six Questions to Ask an Auto Accident Attorney
Ask these questions to obtain the answers you need and make a confident decision about your case eligibility and legal representation.
How to Choose a Medical Malpractice Attorney
How Likely Is It That My Personal Injury Case Will Go to Trial?
While most personal injury cases settle, approximately 5 percent of personal injury claims go all the way to trial.
Types of Damages in Medical Malpractice Cases
Medical Malpractice and Off-Label Drug Use
Truck Accidents and Fatigue
Seven Typical Construction Accidents
According to OSHA data, out of the 4,383 U.S. worker fatalities in 2012, 19.6 percent (or 775) were in the construction industry.
Medical Malpractice and Failure to Instruct Patients on Medication Usage