fbpx
Close Menu

Author Archives: Ian Silverthorne

How to Recover Lost Wages After an Injury

By Ian Silverthorne |

Sustaining an injury due to another person’s negligence in and of itself can be enough of a stressful and emotional situation. But combine that with the frustration of trying to recover lost wages, and the experience can feel like it is morphing into nothing short of a complete disaster. Dealing with the complicated combination… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

Determining Fault in a No Contact Accident

By Ian Silverthorne |

Most of the time, when people think of motor vehicle accidents, they think of dramatic, head-on car crashes, or at least the idea of one or more vehicles colliding into one another. While this is the most commonly recognized type of accident, vehicle-to-vehicle contact or vehicle-to-pedestrian contact is not always necessary to cause an… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

Birth Defects Caused by Drug Side Effects: What Parents Need to Know

By Ian Silverthorne |

Discovering you are expecting is one of the most exciting and joyful times of a person’s entire life. However, just a few days or weeks after the big announcement, the excitement starts to wear off and the fear sets in. Do you have enough saved for paternal leave? Will you go to the hospital… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

7 Most Common Injuries from a Motorcycle Accident

By Ian Silverthorne |

Anyone who owns or rides a motorcycle will likely tell you that there are very few other experiences which will give you the thrill of a nice spring day on the back of a bike with the wind in your hair. Unfortunately, there are also very few other activities which may expose you to… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

When Do You Need to Hire a Vocational Expert for Your Injury Case?

By Ian Silverthorne |

Being injured in an accident can be a highly stressful and emotional experience. Besides living in severe pain, worrying about how you will pay for the exorbitant amount of medical bills, and trying to get the necessary time off work, you may also be concerned about proving your case in court against the party… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

What You Need to Know About Child Car Seat Injuries

By Ian Silverthorne |

One of the very first purchases new or expectant parents often make is a car seat. They do research and poll friends and family members who have made this decision before them to ensure that they are buying the very best for the newest member of the family. As a society, we know that… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

Vaping Devices: When a Manufacturer Fails to Warn of Dangers

By Ian Silverthorne |

As the scientific community has learned more about the dangers and health risks of tobacco use, the popularity and social acceptability of smoking cigarettes has decreased over the past few decades. As a result, vaping has grown exponentially over the past several years. In fact, over one in ten adults in the United States… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

Injured by Roundup? 5 Things You Must Know

By Ian Silverthorne |

Have you used or been around the use of Roundup? Have you also been diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma or another form of cancer which may be related to the product? If so, you may be entitled to compensation. Since the product’s release in 1974, the manufacturer, Monsanto, has denied all claims that Roundup may… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

What You Need to Know After a Truck Accident

By Ian Silverthorne |

To avoid large trucks on the roadways is nearly impossible—particularly on California freeways. Due to their significant size and weight, colliding with a tractor trailer can produce catastrophic injuries and property damage. Consequently, it is not uncommon for truck accident claims to result in high settlements or court judgements. Typically, serious truck accidents are… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

What to Expect When You Are Deposed in Your Personal Injury Case

By Ian Silverthorne |

When you file a personal injury claim, it is not uncommon for the defense’s legal team to ask you questions out of court and under oath. In a deposition, you take a sworn oath to answer all questions truthfully, so your testimony can be admitted as evidence. If you have never been deposed before… Read More »

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn