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What Was Your Most Memorable Car Accident? Jason Bottlinger Talks About One of His Most Rewarding Cases
Jason Bottlinger has helped countless individuals recover financial compensation to address their medical expenses and lost earnings following a collision. He works to protect his clients from getting taken advantage of by insurance companies, who frequently pressure victims into accepting a settlement that is much less than what they deserve. Throughout his time helping car accident victims, there’s one case that stands out in his mind. In this video, Jason Bottlinger talks about how he helped a woman get the important medical care she needed after getting hit by a careless driver.
We at Bottlinger Law L.L.C. asked for a lot from our 2019 Bowties and Books Scholarship applicants. We wanted to know why they chose the college they did, and how they hope this school experience will influence their future. We wanted an engaging story in 500-1,000 words.
Well, the responses we received were delightful.
As part of its $13 billion national expansion for 2019, Google has announced plans to build a data center in Nebraska. Based on certain indications, it is possible that the center may be located in the Omaha area. Google’s investment in data centers and offices across the country will create a need for thousands of new employees, along with thousands of construction jobs in Nebraska.
A recent spate of farm accidents has killed four and injured two people in Nebraska. Unfortunately, farm worker injuries and fatalities are not uncommon. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, agriculture is one of the most hazardous industries in the U.S.
On May 13th, 2019, a jury in Oakland, California, awarded Alva and Alberta Pilliod $2 billion in disciplinary damages after they reached the conclusion that consistent exposure to a weed-killing product produced by Monsanto Co. led to the couple’s cancer diagnoses. The Pilliods were also awarded $55 million for pain and suffering, as well as medical expenses, by the jury.
Last year, the headlines of every major newspaper told of the tragic drowning of Olympic skier Bode Miller’s 19-month-old daughter, Emeline. The toddler fell into a pool in a neighbor’s backyard, and was unable to be resuscitated by paramedics. Emeline’s mother, former pro volleyball player Morgan Beck Miller, wrote in a heartfelt Instagram post, “Drowning is the NUMBER ONE cause of death in children ages 1-4. We talk about vaccinations, car seats, organic foods, screen time, etc at length…but not the number one risk your childrens’ lives face…a silent killer. It takes SECONDS. Please share and help us spread awareness. It’s the first step to preventing these types of tragedies.”
The light turns green. You press down on the accelerator, but as you begin to cross the street, your car is jolted violently from the side, smashing into the car next to it. What just happened?
You were the victim of an intersection accident. And you’re not alone. In the United States in the past few years, about 50% of all traffic injuries and 25% of all vehicle-related deaths have occurred in intersections. So what can you do to be safer? Our law firm’s infographic has a few tips.
At Bottlinger Law L.L.C., one of our jobs is to bring lawsuits against doctors and hospitals who mistreat their patients. It’s tough to do, and requires more specialized, scientific knowledge than a personal injury claim over a car collision. But we consider is a necessary part of keeping people accountable for their actions, whether they have a medical license or not.
When a defective product or service has hurt an entire group of people, the injured parties can file a class action lawsuit, allowing all who were harmed to recover damages. You may have received postcards in the mail, informing you that a lawsuit has been filed and that you’ve been identified as being potentially eligible for participation. While it may seem like participating in a class action would require nothing more than responding to such a notice, the process is actually very complicated. But just because it isn’t simple, that doesn’t mean it isn’t important. If you’ve been harmed by a company’s negligence, you should do everything you can to get the compensation you deserve, including contacting an attorney who can advise and represent you.
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