Blog Posts in January, 2018 Blog Home How Do I Seek Compensation for Permanent Scarring or Disfigurement? Posted By The Stewart Law Firm, PLLC || 24-Jan-2018 If you were in an accident that has left you scarred or disfigured with long-lasting or permanent effects, the monetary amount of damages that you can claim can significantly increase. These types of injuries are referred to as a “residual injuries,” and because your residual injury will cause you to suffer for a long period of time, they have a high monetary value in court. ... Share This Post: Continue Reading Fatal Car Crashes: Important Information for Surviving Family Members Posted By The Stewart Law Firm, PLLC || 19-Jan-2018 Car accidents are a common occurrence. Sadly, fatal accidents are fairly common as well. Although the family of a person killed in car accident will need time to grieve, it is important for them to remember that there are legal actions that can be taken to help them overcome this tragic situation. If the car accident that resulted in the death was caused by the negligence of another driver, ... Share This Post: Continue Reading Elements of a Wrongful Death Claim: What You Need to Know Posted By The Stewart Law Firm, PLLC || 12-Jan-2018 Wrongful death claims cover all sorts of fatal accidents, such as car accidents and medical malpractice. Wrongful death claims can also be filed over product liability issues for defective products or medical devices that cause or contribute to the death of a person. People, companies, and governmental agencies can all be found at fault for a wrongful death if their actions or internal practices ... Share This Post: Continue Reading Daycare Injuries: How to Prove Negligent Supervision Posted By The Stewart Law Firm, PLLC || 2-Jan-2018 When you drop your child off at their daycare provider, you assume that their wellbeing will be the facility’s number one priority. However, accidents do happen and your child can end up suffering an avoidable injury. When their injury is caused by the negligent actions of the daycare provider or staff, you are entitled to compensation. In this blog, we talk about how to prove a negligent ... Share This Post: Continue Reading 4 results found. Viewing page 1 of 1.