Curtis Lee is a writer and co-owner at Marvel Hill Freelance. Curtis obtained his Juris Doctor degree from Villanova University School of Law and his Bachelor of Science in Business from Wake Forest University.
Before creating Marvel Hill Freelance, Curtis spent several years in private practice engaged in civil litigation. Before that, he had the honor of clerking for a state court Judge in the Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas.
Articles By Curtis Lee
Drivers and passengers might suffer a variety of injuries as a result of a car accident, but most injuries fall into one of several categories.
The discovery that Zantac (ranitidine) might be linked to cancer has kicked off massive litigation.
A daycare or nursing home could be liable if a child or resident gets hurt because of inadequate supervision by a caregiver.
Depending on the type of harm alleged, Zantac plaintiffs may find themselves in either a class action lawsuit or multi-district litigation.
Whiplash injuries are often difficult to prove, but you can improve your chances of getting fair compensation.
After a car accident, the range of compensable losses include the "pain and suffering" you’ve endured from the accident, your injuries, and your medical care.
If your car is declared a "total loss" after an accident, your options will largely depend on available insurance coverage.
Rear-end collisions are common, and fault is usually (but not always) straightforward, but what about proving injury?
After a car accident with a hit and run driver, your options will depend on where you live and your car insurance coverage.
Bedsores often lead to lawsuits against facilities like nursing homes and hospitals.