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Monthly Archives: February 2024


Emotional Damages Only? Yes, You Can Get Compensation

By Fox, Farley, Willis & Burnette |

When you are injured in an accident, it is natural to assume that you won’t have just physical injuries—you’ll have some emotional trauma as well. That could be depression, forgetfulness or anxiety over the accident and your injuries. But what happens when you only have emotional trauma? Can you recover damages from an accident… Read More »

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Tesla’s Autopilot Recall Raises Safety Concerns

By Fox, Farley, Willis & Burnette |

Today’s cars have so many features, they can practically drive themselves. Although we’re not exactly at the point where we have self-driving cars, we’re pretty close. In fact, as far as the government’s concerned, we may be too close. Tesla Issues Recall On the suggestion and recommendation of the US government, automaker Tesla has… Read More »

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Is Your Expert Witness Really an Expert?

By Fox, Farley, Willis & Burnette |

In any lawsuit, when technical or specialized testimony is needed, your attorney will retain an expert witness to testify as to the technical or scientific facts that the jury has to hear to understand your case. In many simpler injury cases, the only expert for the victim is the victim’s own treating doctor, but… Read More »

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The Science Behind Slip and Fall Accidents

By Fox, Farley, Willis & Burnette |

When someone falls on an object or on a substance, it seems like every case is about the same: there was something on the floor, you stepped on it, and you fell. But there is actually a pretty interesting science behind falls, and it turns out, not all falls are the same, and a… Read More »

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Things Not to Do, After a Slip and Fall Accident

By Fox, Farley, Willis & Burnette |

If you fall inside of someone’s property, your first concern is probably your own health and safety. You will likely be filled with adrenaline, mixed with some fear and panic. It may be hard to sit there and think about what you should or should not do, and it is understandable to make mistakes… Read More »

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