According to the CDC, over a million people are killed in Car Accidents on our roads and highways and millions more are injured every year.
Semi-trucks, tractor trailers, or other commercial vehicles cause catastrophic injuries and substantial losses in even minor crashes.
Traumatic Brain Injuries
There may not be a worse injury than one to your brain. Brain injuries always require professional medical attention, and professional legal advice.
Dog Bites / Attacks
Dog bites and attacks can be some of the most gruesome, painful injuries one may experience.
Accidents can happen anytime and anywhere. Catastrophic injuries are any injuries that impair a person’s mobility or cognitive abilities.
Slip and fall accidents can cause serious and permanent injuries like broken bones, herniated discs, and traumatic brain injuries.
Motorcyclists are at a severe disadvantage when they crash with other vehicles on the roadways despite personal protective equipment such as helmets, boots, leathers, and safe riding habits.
Sexual abuse leaves victims with a trauma that nobody deserves to go through. We believe that the people or organizations responsible for committing or covering up these acts must be held accountable.
A claim for wrongful death is a legal action brought by the surviving family members to recover compensation for the death of their loved one when someone else’s negligence caused the loved one’s death.
Ride Share Accidents
Although you may think you are less likely to be in an accident in a ride sharing service, this is not true.
We are helping businesses nationwide get the compensation they deserve with their business interruption insurance claims.
Bohren Law is advising clients on all aspects of the COVID-19/Coronavirus pandemic.
Riding a bicycle or going for a walk is riskier than driving a car as you are exposed to potentially catastrophic injuries .
Medical malpractice is negligence caused by the acts or omissions of a healthcare provider, like doctors, nurses, and hospital staff.
Class action lawsuits are appropriate when the damages claimed by each plaintiff are too small for individual claims to be worthwhile.