Some things just make my blood boil. The trial lawyer wisdom nowadays says you're not supposed to show your emotion: be the messenger and let the judge and jury get mad, don't do it yourself. Well, yesterday I filed a lawsuit and I'm angry on behalf of my client. I hope it … [Read more...] about What I Did When the Insurance Company Refused DuBray Payments
This person came in because he was hit by a car while riding his bike. He had a green light at the intersection and this truck slammed into him, breaking his leg and otherwise hurting him, bad. After being hospitalized and having emergency surgery, he had to recover in a skilled nursing … [Read more...] about A Case Study in Why You Should Carry Underinsured Motorist Coverage
In the earlier sections of this blog, I discussed the safety of RVs in the context of crashworthiness. Those segments considered safety as the vehicle is moving down the road. In this section, I will discuss RV safety in the context of the living quarters and specifically fire danger. I can … [Read more...] about RV Safety and Fire Danger
I remember when I was a child and my parents bought a new car, a Chevrolet Bel-Air, and chose two options —basic lap belts and an AM radio. From those early days of the automobile industry first installing optional seat-belts, a great number of safety features have been mandated by the federal … [Read more...] about RV Motorhome CrashWorthiness
Late last month I began a long trip involving depositions and meetings with clients, experts, and witnesses in several cases. I decided to take the “Lee C. Henning, P.C. Mobile Office” which is a 40-foot Class A motor home. As we were traveling through the great wasteland of northern Nevada, it … [Read more...] about How Safe Is Your RV Motorhome?
A person who never has to pick up the phone and call a lawyer is probably better off than the person who has had the occasion to call a lawyer numerous times in their life. (Sure, I'm a lawyer, but I'm realistic: it's almost never a fun-filled reason that occasions a person to give me a call.) In … [Read more...] about Physical Therapy
Just thought, in light of my earlier post, I'd update the blog: my husband finished the Spartan Race alive and well! It was really nothing to worry about, although, I must admit I had quite the adrenaline pumping through my system that day and didn't settle down until I saw him whiz up the first … [Read more...] about Congratulations
I come from a long line of worriers. Both my grandmothers were champions at it, and I began to worry young. I love my job, but it does very little to help my tendency to fret. Professionally, I witness firsthand the fallout from the times things that "usually" don't hurt people, do hurt them and … [Read more...] about Waivers In Montana