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Five Ways to Prove Pain and Suffering

When you’ve been injured in an accident caused by someone else’s wrongdoing, not only does it take a toll on your body, but it also overwhelms you emotionally and mentally. Recovering from physical injuries requires mental and emotional strength that you have to work hard to muster up each day. While you try to heal… Read More


Miranda Soucie on Steps After a Personal Injury

A personal injury can be defined as an injury to the body or mind. These types of injuries are more common than we think, as over 300,000 personal injury lawsuits are filed annually in the United States. Some common examples of personal injuries are: Injuries related to car crashes Medical malpractice Injuries occurring at work… Read More


Federal Tort Claims Act

The Federal Tort Claims Act, or FTCA, applies when a person, referred to as a private party, is injured due to the negligence of the US Government. There are specific instances that are covered by the FTCA, which will be discussed later. When a private party is injured due to the negligence of a U.S.… Read More


Breast Implant Complications

In January of 2022, reports came out by Health Canada that nearly ten times the previous number of reported cases for breast implant complications were reported all at once in a data dump scandal. Some of these reports included complications that led to rare cancers, as well as near misses which could be life-threatening if… Read More


100 Car Pile Up Shuts Down I-39

On Thursday, February 17th, a 100-car pile-up occurred near El Paso, Illinois, a small town near Normal, due to severe weather conditions and mass panic. The winter storm caused a pile-up as drivers traveled southbound to safety. Fortunately, no one was injured. Car pile-ups can be detrimental to those who are driving cars, especially smaller… Read More


How Long Does a Personal Injury Lawsuit Take?

If you’ve been injured due to someone else’s negligence, you deserve to be compensated for your injuries and the losses that you’ve suffered as a result. If you were injured after using a company’s dangerous products or devices or due to other negligent actions by a company, they may be liable for compensating you for… Read More


Miranda Soucie to be Selected to The National Trial Lawyers – Top 100

Congratulations to Attorney Miranda Soucie of who was recently selected as part of The National Trial Lawyers- Top 100. The National Trial Lawyers is an invitation-only organization that allows membership only to Civil Plaintiff Attorneys who show superior qualifications, trial results, and leadership in their state. The National Trial Lawyers provides education, training and certain… Read More


Bagged Salad Linked to Listeria Outbreak

Following two separate outbreaks of Listeria, the Center for Disease Control, or CDC, is urging consumers not to consume recalled bagged salads as of December 20, 2021. The two outbreaks are linked to packaged salads from Fresh Express and Dole, both brands that are sold in popular supermarkets such as Target and Walmart. In the… Read More


How To Keep Our Loved Ones Safe During the Holidays

The holidays are a time for visiting family and friends, and that does not exclude those who are in a nursing home or assisted living facility. Nursing homes are not always equipped with proper staffing, proper knowledge, or proper procedures to ensure the absolute safety of their residents. When visiting a loved one in one… Read More


Farm Safety Awareness Radio Interview

Many people working in the farming industry are prone to more dangerous situations, such as being hit by a car when driving their farming tractors, using machinery that is old or no longer in regulation, or exposure to the elements and chemicals that farming sometimes requires. It is important to be aware of these dangers… Read More