Super Lawyers Personal Injury - General Articles

Suing New York City for a Pothole Injury

Who's liable when you drive, bike or stumble over a pothole?

When Arbitration and Mediation Meet Personal Injury

What to know if your case goes to alternate dispute resolution in Colorado

Can I Sue for Damages in a Vehicle Recall or Defect?

How California laws deal with product personal injury claims

Was My Baby’s Injury Due to Medical Negligence?

What a lawsuit needs to establish in a Texas birth injury case

How Do You Win a Failure to Diagnose Case?

What must be established in Indiana medical negligence suits

If You’re Uninsured and Get in an Accident in Virginia

An attorney can protect your rights and help you settle the case

What If You Get in an Accident With an Uninsured Driver?

In South Carolina, an attorney can help you seek compensation through your own policy

How Much is My Car Accident Case Worth?

Damages, lost wages, medical bills and more in Washington personal injury cases

What Auto Insurance Coverage Should I Purchase?

Minnesotans must protect themselves from underinsured drivers

The Most Important Steps to Take After a Car Accident

Minnesota accident victims should seek help quickly to understand the process

A Doctor’s Toolkit for Medical Malpractice Defense

What should a physician do if a complaint is filed against them?

What is Mediation?

A potentially cheaper, quicker alternative to trial

How Long Will My Trial Last?

Mediation may be the right choice for your personal injury claim

Proving an Injury was Due to a Product Defect

Pennsylvania product liability law and how to recover compensation

How Do I Prove Fault in a Slip-and-Fall Accident?

A Maryland personal injury liability primer

Where the Money Goes in a Successful Birth Injury Suit

Damages are often awarded to the child, sometimes in a trust

Protection for Domestic Abuse Victims in Texas

The Address Confidentiality Program may help

I Got Injured at an Amusement Park. Can I Sue?

How California views liability and assumption of risk

When Should I Call an Environmental Lawyer?

How do I pursue an environmental action in Wisconsin?

Do You Have a Duty to Prevent Suicide?

Massachusetts May Have Limited Circumstances of College Liability


Your DNA Can Be Stolen

Your genetic code is as available as a discarded tissue in Oregon

Did My Doctor Make a Mistake?

When to pursue a medical malpractice claim in Minneapolis

Is a Restaurant Liable for Allergens in Food?

Legal advice, should you have an adverse reaction in Illinois

To Victims of Assault: Please Seek Help and Report It

Attorneys overcome bias and understand victim behavior in Washington sexual misconduct …

Suing for Sexual Abuse in Missouri

How to seek justice and stop future abuse

What You Can Do If You Have a Faulty Tree Stand

Injuries due to falling from a tree stand is more common than you may think

What Happens If My Rifle Misfires?

How and when Missourians can sue a gun manufacturer

What to Know When Injured in a Car Accident in Texas

How you conduct yourself may affect your right to compensation

Slip-and-Fall Injury Claims Made Easier in Massachusetts

Don’t let your case for injury recovery slide by

It Wasn’t My Fault: The Snow Caused My Car Accident!

New Englanders may still be partially at fault for crashes in bad weather

Recovering for a Birth Injury in Ohio

Compensation can provide for extensive care needs

How Do I Prove Medical Malpractice in a Birth Injury Lawsuit?

Determining negligence and standard of care in Maryland

Taking Legal Action Against Opioids

Ohio takes the lead on claims against drug producers and distributors

Considerations When Looking for a Personal Injury Attorney

Hiring a lawyer is a major decision that requires careful thought

Can You Sue the City for Potholes?

Recovering for damage in New Jersey can be a rough road

Looking for Liability for Opioid Deaths

Doctors, pharmaceutical companies—who can you sue?

Your Smartphone Can Be Evidence in a Car Accident

If there’s reason to believe it played a part, devices may make or break your case

What to Do If You Find a Foreign Object in Your Food

An injury attorney can help with your beef. Literally

Attractive Nuisances: Shocking Liabilities for Homeowners

If a child gets hurt playing on your property, you could be responsible for their injuries

Mistakes on a Plane

What to do when the airline is at fault

Who Pays for a Riot?

Tips for property owners when fans and demonstrators turn destructive in Pennsylvania

The Dangers of Dicamba

Farmers have filed lawsuits alleging crop damage and antitrust claims

Recovering Damages Against a Texas Local Government

How “sovereign immunity” can affect your personal injury claim

How Long Do I Have to Make a Malpractice Claim in Ohio?

The statute of limitations to file suit is quite short

Autonomous Car Crashes: Who is to Blame?

For now, it’s humans; but it may soon be the car manufacturers

When Fake Online Profiles Ruin Lives

What can be done when you’re a victim of Catfishing in California?

Can You Sue for Contracting an STD?

Georgia has created safety nets for its health crisis victims

If You’re Injured on a Bike in Minnesota

Resolving insurance and legal issues in a cycling accident

Everybody Hurts

Painless tips for finding a personal injury attorney in Florida

Personal Injury Damages and Proportionate Responsibility

Texas limits recovery to plaintiffs who are 50 percent or less responsible

A Deadly Delay in Diagnosis

Filing a medical malpractice claim in Florida for errors in diagnoses

How Much Can I Get in My Personal Injury Case?

Ohio unfortunately caps damages in personal injury lawsuits

Fault Lines

What Oregon personal injury attorneys look for in a case

Hell on 18 Wheels: Crashes Involving Semi-Trucks

How to build a case if you were in an accident with a commercial vehicle in West Virginia

Is My Personal Injury Worthy of a Case?

Four Missouri attorneys weigh in

Another Driver Caused My Accident. How Much Can I Get?

When motorcycles, cars, and the law collide in South Dakota

Rules of the Road for Minnesota Bicyclists

Bikes are vehicles in the eyes of the law (with a few exceptions)

Recovering Damages for an Injury Where I'm Partly at Fault

The basics of New Jersey's “modified comparative negligence” rule

Whose Fault is It?

How to determine fault and recover damages in a Tennessee car accident suit

Getting Damages from a Car Accident That Wasn't Your Fault

How to establish proportional comparative fault in a Wisconsin

I Fell and I Can't Pay Up

How to recover damages in a West Virginia slip-and-fall accident

Establishing Fault in a Car Accident Lawsuit

Who is liable and considered negligent in a San Diego auto accident?

Finding a Personal Injury Attorney in New York City

Painless tips to incorporate into your search

Accidents Will Happen

Here’s what to do, just in case, in New York 

The Four Things to Look for in a Personal Injury Case in Colorado

People who complain about frivolous lawsuits have no idea

Liability, I Choose You!

Legal concerns surrounding Pokémon Go in Illinois

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