Search Site
Menu
Recent Blog Posts
1 - 10 of 77
Page 1 of 8

An Overview of the Phases of Discovery in a Lawsuit

You were unable to reach a settlement for your personal injury claim, and decided to file a lawsuit. Once your complaint is filed and responded to, it’s time to gather additional evidence, gain a better understanding of the other party’s position, and develop court strategies. This is called the discovery process.  Discovery allows both parties to Read More

Read More

“Election Day” is actually “The Final Day of Voting”

This post was written by Curcio Law Intern, Walter Smith Given the COVID-19 pandemic in the middle of a presidential election year, there is an increased interest in absentee voting. Voters hoping to avoid the potential of getting sick while waiting in line or visiting their designated polling place during election day may be wondering Read More

Read More

Curcio Law College Scholarship Contest – The Winning Essay

Summer 2020 Addressing the essay prompt:“How best to address the problem of distracted driving?” Authored by Jarrett Scott Tyree Distractions to the human mind are constant and neverending. Our lives are constantly filled with distractions. Much of this is caused by the rise in new advanced technologies that seem as if they require our complete Read More

Read More

What Happens If My Case Doesn’t Settle? It’s Time to File a Lawsuit

Your lawyer has worked hard to establish and prove liability and damages, send a demand letter to the defendant’s insurance company, and undergo negotiations with the insurance company to reach a settlement. A vast majority of personal injury claims are settled, but there are times when a settlement can’t be reached. When this happens, it’s Read More

Read More

Homeowner’s Insurance: Coverage for Injuries Not on the Premise

Homeowner’s insurance coverage covers your home and your assets from certain loses that may occur. But what about injuries to someone else? What about injuries to someone else not on your property? Injuries on the Property Homeowner’s insurance typically includes liability coverage to the homeowner for injuries sustained by someone while on the homeowner’s property. Read More

Read More

How do I settle my personal injury claim?

How do I settle my personal injury claim? The settlement process of a personal injury claim cannot begin until you have determined liability and have proof that you sustained damages during the accident that led to your claim. It is important to note that you should always wait until you’ve reached your maximum medical improvement Read More

Read More

Feeding Those at United Community Who Are Feeding Others

Curcio Law partnered recently with La Prima Catering to provide lunch to the compassionate United Community staff and volunteers who dedicate their time to serving others. United Community’s mission is to end multi-generational poverty by providing food, education, literacy and citizenship training, and health services to less fortunate residents of the Route One corridor of Read More

Read More

How do I prove damages?

How do I prove damages? The two main components you need to have to file a successful personal injury claim are liability and damages. Liability is the legal term for holding at-fault parties responsible for the damages they cause. For liability to be established, you need to prove that another party failed to act reasonably Read More

Read More

Fewer Cars, More Bikes – A Recipe for Disaster?

During the nationwide COVID-19 lockdown, pedestrian foot traffic and the number of bicyclists on the roads have increased. As the lockdown restrictions slowly loosen, many commuters will opt for alternative means of transportation to avoid the close quarters of public transportation. Bicycle shops are already seeing this trend firsthand. The industry is seeing an increase Read More

Read More

How do I prove liability in a personal injury claim?

How do I prove liability in a personal injury claim? Liability is the legal term for holding at-fault parties responsible for the damages they cause. A party is negligent if they fail to act as a reasonable party would. A party is liable, or responsible, for any injury that their negligence caused. If another party Read More

Read More
1 - 10 of 77
Page 1 of 8
Contact us

Quick Contact Form