Personal Injury

Monthly Newsletter is Available

The first issue of my Office’s Monthly Newsletter is available. Get it here.

New YouTube Video on Vaccine Safety

I’ve started a series on my YouTube Channel covering your rights if you suffer an adverse reaction from a vaccine. You can watch the first video here.

Free PDF on Vaccines

Get it here If you suffer a severe adverse reaction from any vaccine, please call my office at (716)-481-7309, or contact me at

New Video is up on the YouTube Channel

Part III of the series “What Makes a Good Personal Injury Lawsuit is up. Check it out here:


New video is up on the YouTube Channel! It’s Part II of my series on What Makes a Good Personal Injury Lawsuit. Check it out here:

New YouTube Channel

I started a YouTube Channel, where I’ll be posting videos that are designed to help you navigate a personal injury lawsuit. Click on-or even, as the kids say, SMASH, that “Subscribe” button at:

Screen Shots from my Promotional Video

A few weeks ago, Crisp Video shot a promotional video for my office. I have seen the rough cut, and it looks GREAT! I can’t wait for you all to see the final product. Here’s a few screen shots to get you excited as well.

So, What Happens if You Are Injured by COVID-19 Vaccine?

Americans who suffer adverse reactions to coronavirus vaccines that the U.S. is rushing to develop will have a hard time getting compensation, according to a Bloomberg News report. Those injured by using the vaccine will be routed to a rarely used federal program that exempts the manufacturers of the vaccine from liability in lawsuits brought… read more

Do You Have Enough Insurance?

I am reminded of this because of a recent client meeting. If you are involved in a motor vehicle crash, and you are injured, you may be able to receive compensation for your injuries from the other driver’s auto insurance policy. However, that driver may not have insurance, or may have minimal coverage that will… read more

The Hidden Danger of Tafenoquine

Our office has been investigating the dangers of Mefloquine, which was a drug given to service members as a prophylactic against Malaria. The manufacturer sold this drug to the Department of Defense knowing that it could cause permanent psychological damage, including psychosis, night terrors, and neuropathy. Many of our service members are unknowingly affected by… read more