Tag Archives: Personal Injury Lawsuit

What Are Toxic Torts?

When you are exposed to a dangerous substance, you run the risk of being injured. Dangerous substances can include fertilizers, drugs, or cleaning chemicals. When exposed to these substances, humans can develop medical complications due to prolonged exposure or become sick from immediate exposure. Unfortunately, new chemicals are being produced everyday and as a result,…. Read More

Personal Injury Lawyers Offering Pedestrian Safety Tips

On December 19, an elderly woman pushing a shopping cart was killed when she was struck by a Toyota pickup truck while crossing Lawrence Expressway. While it is important for drivers to be aware of pedestrians, there are certain steps you can take as a pedestrian to be safer. Whenever possible, avoid being a pedestrian…. Read More

What Are General Damages In A San Jose Personal Injury Lawsuit?

Distinguishing general damages from special damages in a San Jose personal injury lawsuit can seem a little confusing. Emotional distress may only occur in special cases, but property damage commonly occurs. It is a little less confusing if you think of “special damages” as “specific damages.” Special damages in San Jose personal injury lawsuits are…. Read More

Statute of Limitation with Accidents Involving Public Entities

If you or a loved one has been in an accident involving a public entity, contact us, IMMEDIATELY. You do not want to miss the opportunity to file your lawsuit. You have less time to file a lawsuit for an accident involving public entities than other cases. So, contact Needham Kepner & Fish, LLP., today….. Read More

I Suffered Spring Break Injuries, Can I sue?

The weather is getting warmer. The days are getting longer. This means Spring is quickly approaching and with that, people begin to party. Beaches, bars, BBQs, sporting events, and house parties become common activities. College students and others set out on adventures for Spring break. Spring break injuries are common. Below is a list of…. Read More





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