Written by T. Ryan Langley on February 23rd 2015.
The moments after a car accident can be terrifying and confusing. Whether you walk away on your own to talk to the other driver or get caught up in the sea of police and EMTs, it can be hard to know where to go, what to say and who to trust. Follow these tips from Hodge & Langley Law Firm's experien… read morePosted in Motor Vehicle Accidents
Written by Charles J. Hodge on February 13th 2015.
As you start a new year on the job, you’re likely already planning for your paid vacation time and hoping not to max out your sick leave. But that paid time off can often slip by much faster than we expect, especially after an injury or sickness leaves you unable to work for days or even weeks.
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Written by T. Ryan Langley on January 30th 2015.
While dealing with insurance companies can be tricky after a car accident, the process becomes more involved if one of the drivers was in a commercial truck. A commercial truck is a vehicle used for business and/or to transport commercial goods. Examples include 18-wheelers, tractor trailers, tanker… read morePosted in Motor Vehicle Accidents
Written by T. Ryan Langley on January 19th 2015.
There’s a lot of misunderstanding out there about workers’ compensation. At Hodge & Langley Law Firm, our first goal is to ensure our clients understand their rights and their cases. So we’re clearing up five misconceptions people have about workers’ compensation.
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Written by Charles J. Hodge on December 31st 2014.
The year isn’t over, and yet auto makers have already set an all-time record for the highest number of cars recalled. Car manufacturers have recalled more than 56 million cars from January through October 2014, beating out the previous record from 1999. Chrysler, GM and Toyota have had particularly … read morePosted in Motor Vehicle Accidents
Written by T. Ryan Langley on December 19th 2014.
Medical malpractice—negligence or actions by health care providers that lead to harm or injury in patients—is more common in our country than most people realize. A 2013 article in the Journal of Patient Safety estimates that 210,000–400,000 people a year are harmed or killed due to “preventable har… read morePosted in Medical Malpractice