I’m a lawyer who helps people hurt by the negligence of another. I handle serious personal injury cases throughout Alabama. For the last 17 years, I’ve been a partner in the same Huntsville law firm. When my oldest law partner announced his retirement a few months ago, I decided to open my own law firm.

In September, I discussed new anticoagulants Xarelto and Eliquis. My prior post concludes by noting patients deserve drugs approved only after careful study for safety.

Shortly after that post, the ISMP Quarterwatch also raised issues concerning the safety of new anticoagulants rivaroxaban (Xarelto), dabigatron (Pradaxa), and apixaban (Eliquis). According to Quarterwatch:

The adverse event

Will Eliquis join Pradaxa and Xarelto as another anti-coagulant drug facing claims of severe internal bleeding? Pradaxa was the first of these three new anti-coagulants (blood thinners). It hit the market in 2010. Sales quickly boomed. However, adverse reports of severe internal hemorrhaging and bleeding soon followed. In May 2014, Pradaxa’s manufacturer settled about 4,000

Subrogation. Reimbursement. What do these concepts mean for personal injury cases? At its most basic, these concepts mean your health insurance carrier (or government plan) has certain rights to be “paid back” if you win or settle your case. While it sounds simple, the issues can be complex. And, an understanding of the rules

Falls from heights are a leading cause of death and disability on construction sites. According to OSHA, falls cause one-third (1/3) of all construction-related deaths. Workers who survive long falls are often left with a lifetime of chronic pain and disability. In my practice, I’ve had numerous clients who suffered severe injury from falls on

Surveillance. If you have a workers’ compensation claim, you should expect it. What should you know about workers’ compensation claims and surveillance? Here are a few thoughts.

A Few Ways Surveillance Can Be Used Against You

  1. To Show You Are NOT Disabled. Many hurt people have good days and bad days. While an investigator may

I recently discussed a proposal in Congress which would make our highways much more dangerous. The proposal would allow longer trucker hours, heavier loads, and bigger trucks. Statistics indicate 4,000 people are killed and up to 100,000 people suffer personal injury annually in large truck crashes. My earlier post asks the question — Why change