Involved in a Fender-Bender? Do this First.Apr 27th 2017 by: Domnitz & Domnitz, S.C.
A relatively mild car accident, in which there are no serious injuries and minimal damage either of the vehicles, happens to almost everyone at some point in their life. Frequently more of an annoyance and an unfortunate delay than anything else, these events can still bring about significant time lost in terms of working with… Read the full article »Read More
Driver in Fatal Milwaukee Uber Crash Charged With HomicideDec 6th 2016 by: Domnitz & Domnitz, S.C.
Driver in Fatal Milwaukee Uber Crash Charged With Homicide A slew of felony charges have been made against Jasen Randhawa, the 23-year-old man that recently crashed into an Uber vehicle in Milwaukee, killing three passengers and injuring the driver. The incident occurred about about 3:00 a.m. on a Sunday, when Randhawa sped through a red… Read the full article »Read More
Common Dog Bite MistakesNov 15th 2016 by: Domnitz & Domnitz, S.C.
Common Dog Bite Mistakes Being bit by a dog can result in very serious injury. Each year, about 800,000 people experience dog bites that land them in the care of a doctor. If you are the victim of a dog bite, it’s important that you understand your legal rights to mount a case and collect… Read the full article »Read More
A Modern Day Epidemic: Prescription Opioid AbuseNov 8th 2016 by: Domnitz & Domnitz, S.C.
A Modern Day Epidemic: Prescription Opioid Abuse A crisis of opioid drug abuse is sweeping the country and a potential culprit is now being identified. A recent study conducted by the Center for Public Integrity and the Associated Press has determined that the opposition of large pharmaceutical corporations to regulation on prescriptions may be a… Read the full article »Read More
CMS Rules Against Forced ArbitrationNov 3rd 2016 by: Domnitz & Domnitz, S.C.
CMS Rules Against Forced Arbitration In a crucial new decision made by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), it has been ruled that skilled nursing facilities and nursing facilities participating in Medicare or Medicaid programs can no longer require residents to waive their rights to bring legal action against such facilities in a… Read the full article »Read More
Defending Against AsbestosOct 4th 2016 by: Domnitz & Domnitz, S.C.
Defending Against Asbestos For many years, a dangerous carcinogen called asbestos was used in the construction of homes, schools, and other buildings. Linked to mesothelioma and lung cancer, asbestos has long been disavowed from the building industry. However, its negative effects remain with us to this day; because asbestos still lingers in older buildings—including older… Read the full article »Read More