The hammer seems to swing two ways when it comes to photos and personal injury cases. In that way, I can see how people may be confused.
A common question we get at the Philbrook Law Office is ‘What happens when PIP limits are exhausted?’. There’s not necessarily an easy cut and dry answer to this question, but [...]
After the Philando Castile shooting in Minnesota, people have been a little skittish about what happens when they get pulled over. Statistically, a traffic stop is the most dangerous thing a [...]
‘Reckless’ shouldn’t be reserved for driving infractions; often, it should be applied to evidence practices as well. What appalls me most with traffic citations—from violations to DUI charges—is [...]
The traditional method of exchanging information after an accident is to swap drivers licenses and insurance cards with all parties involved, and write down the relevant information on any spare [...]
The State of Washington allows for a onetime vacation of criminal convictions. In order to be eligible to vacate a conviction, a person must be crime free for a fixed period of time, which [...]