Car Insurance companies continue to work with businesses and consumers to provide affordable policies throughout the coronavirus pandemic. Now is the right time to seek rebates, discounts and other options that may provide auto insurance Covid relief. But don’t wait for the insurance companies to act. Review the steps you can take right now to […]

Welcome to the podcast radio show with Motorcycle Accident Attorney Darryl Isaacs, “The Hammer” and featuring experienced Isaacs & Isaacs personal injury lawyers. Do you have a legal question for The Hammer? Send your questions via Facebook or Twitter using #askthehammer or use the contact form on this page.

Parents, grandparents, babysitters and child care providers all share the gargantuan responsibility of protecting our little ones. The critical importance of discussing and adopting a commonsense transportation game plan with all those who care for kids cannot be skipped. Despite our best efforts, each year about 39 kids die from heatstroke as a result of being left inside an unattended vehicle.

U.S. laws regarding the use of fireworks are governed by local regulations and are unique to each state. To avoid personal injury and destruction of property caused by fire, states may completely prohibit the sale or use of fireworks. Some states, like Kentucky, have created a “safe and sane” category that includes novelty or trick […]

PTSD after a car accident requires attention because: Car accidents are now the leading cause of PTSD Negligence lawsuits for PTSD cases are rising Legitimate legal claims require action from injured parties Treatments present unique challenges that call for professional help Resources exist for the suffering to get the help they need Post Traumatic Stress […]

The team at Isaacs and Isaacs is deeply saddened at the passing of legendary hair and makeup artist Susan Spaid. Susan worked with Darryl Isaacs for 4 years, and was not only his hair and makeup artist for his Super Bowl commercials, but also his dear friend. Susan was known to many on set, including Darryl, as “Mama Spaid,” because she truly was like a mother to so many.

If you’ve been injured in a car accident during the coronavirus crisis, certain actions should not be delayed or ignored. COVID-19 has no doubt upended personal and professional life. Emergency rooms, medical facilities, law offices and the courts — all relevant to car crash injury cases

Kathy: An Exceptional History With Our Law Firm Kathy Lobb has been a pivotal piece to the growth and success of the Isaacs & Isaacs Law Firm for over 17 years. She has been with us since 2002 and is a constant reminder that you can do anything you set your mind to. While Kathy […]

In the year 2019, 48 states joined a ban on text messaging for all drivers. 20 states currently prohibit all drivers from using hand-held cell phones while driving.1 Texting and cell phone use continue to contribute as major causes of crashes for trucks, cars, bicyclists and pedestrians. The responsibility lies upon each of us to take action

On April 1, 2020, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) delivered a major announcement requesting all manufactures of the drug ranitidine, widely known by the brand name Zantac

If you’ve been navigating our truck accident portal you’ve probably come across a post that includes ten things you could do after a truck accident. In case you missed, or if you’re only following us through your blog RSS feed here is this list, and here is a link to the full list on what […]

At a Las Vegas law group conference last month, the Isaacs and Isaacs team had the “incredible” pleasure of meeting acclaimed actor, bodybuilder, speaker and fitness consultant Lou Ferrigno, best known for his work

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