• What happens during a discovery/deposition in a legal case?

    A discovery (frequently known as a deposition) is a hearing at which each of the parties is questioned under oath by the lawyers for the other parties. It is not a trial, but your evidence will be given under oath and you must answer all questions as truthfully and accurately as you can.

  • Direct Compensation Property Damage (“DCPD”)

    In the world of car insurance, terms like Direct Compensation Property Damage (DCPD) might sound complex and daunting. However, understanding DCPD is crucial for when you are the owner (insured person) of a vehicle that has been in a car accident.

  • What are the effects of TMJ dysfunction and how can they be recognized?

    Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) dysfunction is a condition affecting the jaw joint and muscles controlling jaw movement. This joint plays a crucial role in various daily activities such as talking, chewing, and yawning.