At best a car accident can be a huge inconvenience even if it is only a minor collision. The time it takes to stop, exchange information with the other driver/s and possibly wait for assistance alone can take a big chunk out of your day. In addition, there are reports to file, insurance companies to… Read More

As you can well imagine, suing for emotional distress is not an easy venture. Proving emotional distress, particularly in the absence of physical injury is extremely difficult. Consulting with a lawyer who has expertise in this area is vital if you hope to have any chance at recovering damages. Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress This… Read More

Family traditions are often at the center of many holiday celebrations. Traditions often include decorating for the holidays both indoors and out. For many families, the annual tree trimming coincides with a plethora of holiday décor that is treasured element of the holiday season. To keep everyone safe during the holiday season being aware of… Read More

The holiday season is one of the more dangerous times to commute on the roads. From poor weather conditions to an abundance of vehicles on the road, taking extra precautions during the holiday season is always a good idea. As gasoline prices continue to be more affordable, many people are choosing to drive rather than… Read More

When someone is injured in a nursing home, the natural assumption is that the proprietor is responsible. Much like the captain of a ship, we assume that those in charge of a facility are ultimately responsible for everything that happens within it. From a legal standpoint, however, liability is not always so cut and dried.… Read More

Top-rated Personal Injury Attorney and founder of GreeningLaw, P.C. in Dallas, TX, Robert L. Greening has been selected to SuperLawyers, a Thomson Reuters Service, for 2016. He has represented clients throughout the state of Texas, fighting for their rights in the practice of personal injury. SuperLawyers is a peer-based rating service established to recognize attorneys… Read More

In an auto accident, liability may or may not necessarily need to be established depending on where the accident occurred. In no-fault states, auto insurance providers are required to pay the medical costs of the insured driver and passengers regardless of who was responsible for the accident. Coverage is not as extensive under no-fault laws,… Read More

Most claimants for VA Disability Compensation will never need an Attorney.  In fact, by law, Attorneys are barred from even taking a fee for representing claimants before the VA until the Veteran appeals a decision against her.   The VA is, of course, a large federal agency with millions of active claims. By the VA’s… Read More

Much like wearing service ribbons you rate but feel you did nothing significant to earn, many Veterans are uncomfortable making claims for VA Disability Compensation. Because Veterans are by nature selfless and uncomplaining, many will look at their brothers and sisters-in-arms with more severe combat injuries and believe that their own conditions are undeserving because… Read More

You’ve been in a car wreck involving another vehicle. The damages don’t look that extensive, no one’s been hurt and you both think this is too minor a deal to bother reporting to your respective insurance companies. So is it in your best interests to keep this accident just between you two, and not report… Read More