Articles Tagged with personal injury evidence

Charlotte Personal Injury Attorney Matthew R. Arnold of Arnold & Smith, PLLC answers the question “Should I trust the insurance adjuster?”

It’s something you hear often when talking to personal injury attorneys: Don’t delay! Act fast! Time is money! Though it may sound cliché, the truth of the statement is undeniable. A recent personal injury case out of Missouri demonstrates perfectly how important timing can be and what can happen when too much time passes between an injury occurring and a case finally making its way to court.

Charlotte Injury Attorney Matt Arnold answers: What is partial, total, temporary, and permanent disability?

Americans have become very interested in wearable technology. Between the Apple iWatch, Garmin watches and gadgets, Nike exercise trackers and the incredibly popular Fitbit’s range of products, there is no shortage of options. These can be important motivators to exercise more, demonstrating in stark numbers your daily movement (or lack thereof). Though everyone understands that Fitbit’s and other wearable technology can be used for personal motivation, few people are aware of another new and potentially important use: evidence in a personal injury case.

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