Premises Liability: Do You Have a Case?

The concept of premises liability involves a property owner or operator’s legal responsibility when an individual suffers an injury due to the property’s unsafe conditions. Learn more about premises liability, including the types of cases that exist, the evidence needed to prove it during a case, and how to identify potential hazards. Types of Premises…

Gale Diebold Employee Spotlight Graphic

Employee Spotlight: Gale Diebold

Since joining the firm in August 2016, Gale has proven herself a steadfast asset — both as a paralegal and as a colleague. Gale enjoys getting to know her clients and guiding them through their cases in a personalized way. Gale has the ideal mentality for a personal injury paralegal; she prioritizes her clients’ needs…

Product Recall Basics | Ginnis & Krathen, P.A.

Product Recall Basics

Product recalls have been mandatory for consumer products for quite some time. In fact, the Consumer Product Safety Act was enacted by the U.S. Congress in 1972 so that the public could be better protected from any products that may cause unreasonable risks. Not only was the Act passed but it also included the Consumer…

Workers' Compensation | Ginnis & Krathen, P.A.

Understanding the Differences between Personal Injury and Workers’ Compensation

In general, if you’re injured due to another person or entity’s negligence, you’re entitled to compensation—but the laws, rules, and regulations that govern injury-related lawsuits can be complex. Depending on factors like what you were doing when you were injured and who seems to be responsible for the injury, your claim could be litigated as…