Month: September 2017

What is “Discovery” in a Lawsuit? Part 2: Depositions | Bruno Nalo

If you’ve ever spent time around a lawyer or a person involved in a lawsuit, you’ve probably heard the term “deposition.” But do you know what it means? We have found that although the lawyers at our firm are experienced and well-versed in the process of litigation, most clients are not. The deposition process can […]

Top 5 Questions About Car Accident Injuries

  No one ever plans on getting into a car accident, and no one can predict how severe their accident will be or how badly they might be hurt in its aftermath. It’s likely that you will have a lot of questions about the recovery process and how to get compensation for your injuries. Let’s […]

FMCSA Shelves Carrier Safety Fitness Determination Rule | Bruno Nalu

Recently, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration elected not to pursue the controversial SFD rule. Bureaucrats introduced the rule, which was still only in the preliminary phase, in January 2016.  Various industry groups opposed the measure, arguing that it was based on seriously flawed data.  Under the proposal, the FMCSA would have determined a driver’s […]

What Happens After The Case Settles?

When you’re involved in a legal case, so much of the energy and focus lies on the start and the duration of the case that few people ever consider what actually happens when the case is over. In many instances, people usually tend to assume that justice will be served and everyone will go on […]

6 Easy Ways to Improve Your Car Accident Case

  Often times, a small and simple detail can “make or break” a personal injury case. If you are injured in an auto accident, follow the below tips both during and after the accident to ensure that you will be fairly and fully compensated for your injuries. Call the Police At the scene of the […]

Common Signs of Whiplash After a Car Accident

Whiplash is one of the most common injuries that a person may experience in a car accident. However, those who suffer from it may not seek treatment in a timely manner or seek treatment at all. This is because symptoms may not present themselves immediately. How can you tell if you have whiplash after an […]