Brain Injury

Brain injuries may be the result of medical negligence, car accidents, workplace accidents, and many other hazardous situations. People who sustain brain injuries may be incapacitated and unable to pursue legal action on their own, leaving it up to their family. Damages in brain injury cases are typically reflective of the losses suffered by the victim.

What is CO, and Why is it so Dangerous?

Known as the “silent killer,” carbon monoxide is a deadly gas that you cannot see, smell or taste.  It’s also non-irritating, so even at low levels you generally don’t know it’s …

As the Popularity of E-Scooters Grows, So Do the Injuries

The Sun-Sentinel recently published a story addressing the frequency with which e-scooter injuries land riders in the emergency room, including one of our clients, Ashanti Jordan. Like the majority of e-scooter …

Negligent Employer to Pay $23M for Brain Injury

Attorneys Eric S. Rosen, Michael A. Hersh, and Kimberly L. Wald of Kelley | Uustal represented Efrain Alamo-Cruz, and his wife, Maria Alamo in a case that received a victory in excess …