April 11, 2019

The Pain Journal

A pain journal is exactly what it sounds like. It is a notebook or log, either written or electronic, where you keep track of your daily pain and other symptoms. You chart what kind of pain you are feeling, how long it lasts, and otherwise characterize it.
January 31, 2019

Pointers For Plaintiffs

Hiring a qualified, experienced lawyer is the best way to obtain full and fair compensation for your injuries. And at Keefe, Keefe & Unsell, we work hard to make sure each client recovers the full extent of what they are owed. But did you know that there are certain things you can do on your own to help strengthen your case? Following these recommendations will ensure your case avoids unnecessary hurdles and roadblocks. And it will help us do our job, which is to fight for your best interests.
January 17, 2019

Malpractice Cases Are Hard

In our last post, we talked about how lawsuits protect patients, and explained why patients need protecting. Today, we want to emphasize the importance of experience in pursuing these cases.
December 28, 2018

Lawsuits Protect Patients

The most common thing we hear from clients who come to us with a potential medical malpractice claim is they don’t want it to happen to someone else. Most folks aren’t litigious, and never before imagined filing a lawsuit. But they’ve endured a terrible experience, and they want to protect others— to spare them from going through the same thing. Lawsuits protect patients. And patients need protecting.
October 29, 2018

Preventing Accidents on our Highways

Construction site accidents affect thousands of American workers annually. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 5,000 workers were killed on the job in 2016. That amounts to 99 worker deaths per week, or 14 each day. Of those fatalities, one in five occurred in construction.
September 14, 2018

Worker Safety Measures are Gutted under Trump

When a construction worker is hurt on the job, the impact extends far beyond the immediate injury. Hospital bills, physical therapy, medical devices — that’s just the half of it. In many of these cases, a workplace injury also means a significant detour or roadblock to employment.