Personal Injury

Questions from the Average Joe – Personal Injury llI

by NPHM | July 2nd, 2020

Q: I suffered an infection following a hip replacement. My doctor told me it was a risk of the surgery, but I feel like more could have been done to prevent it. I’m now facing a second surgery to clear up the infection. Do I have a malpractice lawsuit? A: All medical procedures come with […]

Questions from the Average Joe: Insurance Questions

by NPHM | June 11th, 2020

Q: I was hurt in an accident and I haven’t been able to work since. How long does an insurance claim take? I need to pay my bills. A: A serious accident can upend your life in ways you might not expect. Apart from the immediate injury and property damage, it’s not uncommon that your […]

Questions from the Average Joe: Personal Injury ll

by NPHM | May 28th, 2020

Q: My mother died following a surgery 18 months ago. I’ve always wondered about what happened, but isn’t the medical malpractice statute one year? A: Few things in life are more stressful than the passing of a loved one. Atop the heartache of the tragedy itself, so many things need to be planned and addressed […]

Questions from the Average Joe: Injuries and Accidents 2

by NPHM | May 14th, 2020

Personal injuries can happen at any place or time, but understanding if you have a case can be difficult. Zachary Belcher is our Intake attorney at Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy and is here to answer common questions we receive about personal injury cases. Q: I fell on someone else’s property and injured myself. Can […]

Questions from the Average Joe: Injuries and Accidents

by NPHM | April 29th, 2020

Every day we receive calls asking questions about medical malpractice, auto accidents and more incidents that have happened to them. Zachary Belcher is our Intake attorney at Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy and he is here to answer those questions. Q: My child was recently diagnosed with a serious neurological disorder and I suspect it […]

The Journey of a Personal Injury Claim

by NPHM | April 27th, 2020

There’s no getting around it—accidents and injuries can put victims and their families in serious financial trouble. In addition to typically requiring emergency medical treatments, overnight stays in the hospital, and physical rehabilitation, serious injuries can also put victims out of work. And when accident victims aren’t working, they’re not earning the paychecks they depend […]

Your Social Posts Could Hurt Your Claim

by NPHM | January 6th, 2020

Over 169.5 million people in the U.S., more than half the population, are Facebook users, and the odds are good that you’re one of them. Even if you’re not on Facebook, there’s a good chance you use another social media platform, such as Twitter or Instagram, to share your thoughts online. But if you post […]

How to Deep-Fry a Turkey This Thanksgiving

by NPHM | November 25th, 2019

Every November, as people begin to prepare for Thanksgiving dinner, discussions about deep frying the turkey springs up once again. While many argue that deep frying a turkey is the best method of cooking, it is also considerably more dangerous than other methods. Deep frying a turkey keeps the meat tender and juicy, while roasting […]

Tailgating Safety

by NPHM | November 4th, 2019

Although the weather outside has been getting colder for weeks, football season is just heating up. Both the college and professional leagues are heading towards playoffs, and that means there’s no better time to tailgate than right now. If you decide to tailgate this fall and winter, it’s important to be aware of the potential […]

Premises Liability on Halloween

by NPHM | October 28th, 2019

It’s not just the new chill in the air that puts a shiver down our spines in October. The spookiest month of the year is when we like to scare ourselves with trips to haunted houses, corn mazes, and pumpkin patches, but getting injured is the wrong kind of scary. So how can you avoid […]