Will My Personal Injury Case Go to Trial or Be Settled Out of Court?
Not all personal injury cases will go to trial. Let's consider why some lawsuit may end in a settlement rather than judge/jury proceeding.
5 Factors That Affect the Value of Your Injury Case
There are many factors that affect the damages you may be rewarded in a personal injury lawsuit. Let's look at 5 major issues to consider.
3 Signs That You Have a Personal Injury Case
There are 3 important factors to consider when pursuing a personal injury case. Let's explore them to help you determine if you have a lawsuit.
How Duty of Care Applies to Medical Malpractice Cases
Duty of care is an important aspect of medical malpractice lawsuits. Our lawyers would like to explore it in brief.
Nurses Are Subject to Medical Malpractice Lawsuits and Negligence Claims
Nurses are subject to medical malpractice claims much like doctors and surgeons. Our lawyers explore this issue.
How Social Media Can Affect Your Personal Injury Lawsuit
Social media has changed our world, and its presence has led to some important concerns with regard to personal injury lawsuits.
Photos Can Strengthen Your Case Following a Car Accident
The car accident attorneys at Chanfrau & Chanfrau can use pictures as evidence to show negligence on the part of another person or party.
Stages of an Injury Lawsuit: Trial
When a legal claim goes to trial, it's important that you have skilled attorneys fighting on your behalf for your legal entitlements.
Resolution Before Trial: What You Should Know About Settlements
Legal settlements may be reached before a trial begins, resolving a case in an earlier stage of the litigation process.
Discovery: Pre-Trial Investigation and Research
Discovery is an important part of the pre-trial phase of a lawsuit, allowing investigation and research to take place.