Author Archives: Charlie Hepworth

Relation Between Distracted Driving & Pedestrian Accidents

Relation Between Distracted Driving & Pedestrian Accidents

Distracted driving may often instigate or directly cause an accident with other drivers and pedestrians leading to potentially severe or fatal injuries. It is critical to identify the distractions that cause the person behind the wheel to take their attention away from the road in order to avoid such distractions. Distractions in the vehicle or […]

What Is A Product Liability Case?

What Is A Product Liability Case

Charlie Hepworth answers the question “what is a product liability case” in this episode of our firm podcast. As Charlie explains, product liability is the term that refers to the legal responsibility for items sold in the marketplace that cause an injury.  Hip component cases are an example of a product liability case.  Assume a […]

Some Basic Reasons An Attorney Won’t Take Your Idaho Medical Malpractice Case

Some Basic Reasons An Attorney Won't Take Your Idaho Medical Malpractice Case

People often wonder why an attorney won’t take an Idaho medical malpractice case, even though the doctor or hospital clearly hurt them. The reality is there is a very high percentage of potential cases where even though the doctor made a mistake, no lawyer can offer assistance through the legal system. People are often surprised […]

Idaho Medical Malpractice Lawsuits

Idaho Medical Malpractice Lawsuits

Idaho Medical Malpractice Lawsuits Tend To Be Long Expensive Fights. The reality is no one wants to be part of an Idaho medical malpractice lawsuit.  When we are patients we tend to place a great amount of trust with our chosen health care providers.   We respect them and their knowledge.  We share our personal history, […]

What Do Idaho Injury Attorneys Do Anyway?

What Do Idaho Injury Attorneys Do Anyway

The Process of Getting a Client’s Claim Ready Takes Focus and Effort It is fair to wonder what it is that personal injury attorneys do.  For good attorneys, the answer is deceptively simple: We get cases ready for trial. That does not mean your case is going to trial, just that it will be ready to […]