I am a trial lawyer and represent individuals, families, and consumers of health care. Although I do not always agree with my colleagues who make up the trial bar, by and large I am proud of my profession and what trial lawyers have done for the “little guy” in America. Fighting for open government, stricter laws on tobacco and lead paint manufacturers. Holding Corporate America accountable for building dangerous automobiles, selling defective and poorly researched medications and pharmaceuticals and the list goes on and on and on….
I recently joined a national group of like-minded lawyers called “InjuryBoard” and the purpose of today’s post is to share with you some information about this group and the wealth of information it provides to the average American.
InjuryBoard is a growing community of attorneys, media professionals, safety industry experts, and local activists, committed to making a difference by helping families stay safe and avoid injury, and helping those who are injured get the assistance they need to move on with their lives after an accident. It provides its visitors with up-to-date safety and injury news, legal analysis by a nationwide network of attorney bloggers, and an encyclopedia of practical information to help families understand important life-issues surrounding accidents and injuries.
I encourage you to take a look at the InjuryBoard web site and add it to your list of valuable information sites on the Web.