Compensation for pain and suffering is the most widespread type of compensation individuals seek after an injury accident. While there’s a common notion that the term “pain and suffering” is anything that isn’t a physical medical injury, this idea is an exaggeration – those wishing to collect redress for pain and suffering will have to meet specific requirements.
Being a passenger in someone else’s car during an accident is a traumatizing situation. In 2015, The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) reported that crashes killed nearly 22,543 passenger riders in just one year...
What To Do After An Accident: Crucial Steps You Should Take
Posted by Scott McCullough in Car Accident, News
Car accidents are unfortunate, but they are also inevitable. People can’t predict when one might occur, but it’s important to take the appropriate steps after an accident.
When to Hire a Personal Injury Attorney After a Car Accident
Posted by Scott McCullough in News, Personal Injury
Car accidents can be harrowing and devastating experiences. It’s even worse when someone sustains an injury and totals their vehicle. Florida law allows one to go through their personal injury protection (PIP) insurance for compensation but in some instances of extreme damage, one may be able to file a personal injury lawsuit.
Attorney Scott McCullough, co-founder of McCullough & Leboff, P.A., a law firm that focuses on helping people who have suffered injury or loss in car accident cases, fall down events or medical/nursing home accidents, recently united Lighthouse of Broward and American Heritage School to foster an ongoing and important relationship. The partnership pairs the finest young minds of the next generation at American Heritage School with children and adults at the Lighthouse, the preeminent resource for the blind or visually impaired community.