SuperLawyers.com attempts to create a credible, comprehensive and diverse list of outstanding attorneys to be used as a resource for consumers searching for professional counsel. Their selection process for Rising Stars includes nominations followed by independent research. It is then combined with peer evaluations resulting in their final selection. The Law Office of Justin H. King is proud to announce attorney Justin H. King making their list for 2018 Rising Stars in the area of Personal Injury. Continue reading “2018 Rising Star – Personal Injury Litigation – Super Lawyers Magazine”
The birth of an infant is one of the most cherished moments in the life of a person. Imagining what the life of the child will be like: his or her first steps, first day of school, or perhaps his or her school graduation. From the moment a parent discovers the pregnancy up until the baby’s birth, the least of a parent’s worry should be an injury caused to the birth mother or the baby by a negligent medical expert or hospital. Unfortunately medical negligence is possible and this can cause moderate to severe, life-changing injuries. Continue reading “MEDICAL MALPRACTICE: UNDERSTANDING TYPES OF BIRTH-RELATED INJURIES”
When a person suffers a traumatic brain injury, many afflictions go past that of physical difficulty. The human brain is also responsible for controlling a person’s social and emotional character. A traumatic brain injury can result in the possibility of the undergoing the following difficulties: Continue reading “HOW A TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY CAN AFFECT A VICTIM’S DISPOSITION”
In the United States, every employee has the legal right to work free from sex-based discrimination. Based on the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, sex discrimination in the workplace is prohibited. Under this civil right, employers cannot discriminate against a worker by the reason of sex, which includes, but is not limited to the following: Continue reading “SEX-BASED DISCRIMINATION IN THE WORKPLACE”
The answer to this question is “yes”; you can use your health insurance and you should use your health insurance.
I often have clients that ask me this question, thinking the other at fault driver should pay their medical bills up front or the client thinks that they should use their automobile insurance instead of their health insurance. Even some medical providers have mistakenly advised my clients that they cannot use their health insurance after a car accident. Continue reading “Should I use my own health insurance after an auto accident that was not my fault?”