Overcoming Policy Limits In Negligence Lawsuits In Idaho

One of the most tragic scenarios that can arise in serious motor vehicle collisions in Kootenai County and elsewhere in Idaho, is where the insurance policy of the at-fault driver is too small to cover the damages of the injured Plaintiff. At the time of this writing (May, 2020), Idaho law only requires drivers to […]

Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries Are Not Mild

Patients in Kootenai County who have sustained a head injury in a car crash or other accident are often diagnosed with having sustained a “mild traumatic brain injury.” This diagnoses may exist even in the absence of any break in the skull (sometimes called a ‘closed head injury’). However this technical medical terminology does not […]

What Happens When A Person Dies Without A Will?

A prudent person or married couple will go to an attorney to have a Will drafted so that their property goes to the people they intend after their death. However, it is very common for people to postpone having a Will drafted because the subject of death is naturally unpleasant. It is therefore common for […]

Non-Competition Agreements In Idaho

When an employer hires a new employee, it is often customary to require an important or key employee to sign a non-competition clause. These clauses take many forms, but they are generally designed to prevent the employee from leaving the firm and starting a competing firm, and utilizing the skills and knowledge which the employee […]