Rasansky Law Firm
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Size of Organization: 13
Year Established: 1995Web Site: http://www.jrlawfirm.com/
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For years, Rasansky Law Firm has successfully represented clients in legal claims involving personal injury, wrongful death, nursing home negligence, medical malpractice, auto accidents, products liability, and more.
Mr. Rasansky and his team of trained legal and medical experts use their years of experience to help you overcome the substantial roadblocks set up by giant corporations and stingy insurance companies. By his own policy, Rasansky Law Firm works closely with clients to keep them informed about the important details in their individual cases. Rasansky Law Firm has attained Martindale-Hubbell's highest rating for legal ability and ethical standards.
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The Importance of Preserving ECM Data Records
Jeffrey H. Rasansky, May 21, 2014
ECM data recorders are now often a standard feature on many vehicles in operation for commercial purposes. When an accident involving an 18-wheeler occurs, it may be necessary for the injured party or his or her family to file a lawsuit. In the event of a lawsuit, the information contained on the...
What To Do If Your Car Was Recalled
Jeffrey H. Rasansky, May 2, 2014
Have you been notified that your car has been recalled? Do you know what to do next? Let the attorneys at Rasansky Law Firm help guide you in the right direction.
Vehicle Submersion and Escapeworthiness - Do I Have a Lawsuit?
February 12, 2014
Vehicle submersion and escapeworthiness refers to the ease within which car occupants are able to get out of a quickly sinking car, escaping death via drowning. Most car manufacturers do not pay enough attention to this quality, and as a result, can find themselves partially liable for fatalities...