Matthew A. Dolman

What is No-Fault PIP Coverage in Florida?

If you are a driver in Florida, you have likely heard about personal injury protection (PIP) insurance coverage, as you are required to purchase a policy under state law. However, many people who have PIP policies may not fully understand […]

Ryan R. Bradley

Tort Reform Part Two: Who Really Wants It?

Tort Reform is a major issue in the news with proponents of the legislation on the attack. Ryan Bradley explains who is really behind Tort Reform.

John Bair

Plaintiff 101: What are Damages in an Injury Lawsuit?

This article is the third in a short series called Plaintiff 101: Things to Know Before, During and After Litigation. When you have been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence, you may be entitled to receive compensation for […]

John Bair

Plaintiff 101: A Personal Injury Lawsuit Timeline

This article is the second in a short series called Plaintiff 101: Things to Know Before, During and After Litigation. Without warning, the unthinkable has happened: you were seriously injured. At first, the events that led to the injury might […]

Ryan R. Bradley

Tort Reform Part One: Ten Key Facts

Amidst the the tort reform debate raging in Washington, the civil justice system comes to the rescue in the United Airlines matter.

Tatum O’Brien

If you get hurt at the gym, can you sue them?

At most gyms, an individual must sign a membership agreement prior to using the facility. This membership agreement almost always includes a release from liability or liability waiver provision. Generally, if an individual signs a release of liability or a […]

Leslie Brueckner

Corporations’ Use of Personal Jurisdiction Defense on Trial in U.S. Supreme Court

In July 2016, the California Supreme Court offered a ray of hope by rejecting a corporation’s personal jurisdiction defense in sweeping terms, much to the dismay of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and all its corporate cronies—and to the delight of fans of access to justice. Predictably, the corporation has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn the California Supreme Court’s ruling, arguing that it would be fundamentally unfair to allow it to be sued in California. Now, Public Justice has weighed in with an amicus brief on the other side, arguing that the California Supreme Court got it 100% right.

Ryan R. Bradley

Hey Boston, Your Driving is Terrible

Boston has the worst drivers in the country according to a major national insurance carrier, still the same risks apply to drivers in Illinois.

Ryan R. Bradley

You Are Not Fine: Premises Liability in Illinois

Fight the Urge to just say, “I’m Fine,” after a fall (unless you know it’s true)