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How do I prove loss of consortium?

Maybe your spouse is suffering in the hospital after a serious car crash. Maybe your spouse is at home and permanently disabled after a catastrophic slip-and-fall event. Regardless of the situations, if your spouse was seriously hurt in an accident due to no fault of his or her own, your spouse probably isn't the only one who's suffering.

4 motorcycle safety tips for bikers in Hawaii

Motorcyclists face risks and dangers every time they take to the Honolulu roads, but considering the beautiful Hawaiian vistas and the sea in your hair, perhaps these risks are worth it. That's not to say that you shouldn't do everything in your power to minimize those risks.

Tricks and tips to stay safe while surfing

Surfing is a pretty safe sport for those who are strong swimmers and experienced wave riders. However, numerous vacationers come to Hawaii every year with the idea of learning the sport, and these surf ""newbies"" may be in danger of getting hurt.

Determining fault after a birth injury

Sometimes birth injuries happen naturally, due to genetic reasons or situations out of your medical provider's control. In other cases, birth injuries occur as the direct result of avoidable negligence.

Dos & don’ts of choosing a safe water sports operator: Part 1

Part of vacationing in Hawaii involves spending time on the water. Whether you are planning to do some deep-sea fishing, scuba diving, water skiing, or taking a kayaking tour around the island, it is important to choose a tour operator you can trust. How can you tell if a water sports tour company is safe? Fortunately, there are several things you can do to pre-check a tour operator before booking.

Dos & don’ts of choosing a safe water sports operator: Part 2

As mentioned in Part 1 of this series, it is important to choose a qualified tour operator when you are going to engage in potentially dangerous recreational activities while you are on vacation. Taking a trip to Hawaii offers a multitude of options for hiking, diving, surfing and other adventures. While these types of activities always come with a measure or risk, the right tour operator can mitigate the dangers so that you can feel confident about your safety.

Did you sustain serious injuries while vacationing in Hawaii?

For most people, Hawaii is a magical place, a vacation that they aspire to take some day. They imagine a beautiful, tropical paradise, full of wonder and awe-inspiring seascapes. While this is true in part, Hawaii can also be a dangerous place to visit for some. Hotels and resorts can experience maintenance issues, such as loose balcony railings or wet floors. Tours can turn ugly if there's a motor vehicle accident. There's even the risk of broken bones, paralysis or death on beaches with large waves. While good decision making can reduce these risks, the potential for serious injuries remains.

Injured in Hawaii? You’ll probably settle out of court

When people suffer injuries, they have a number of options for pursuing fair compensation and the medical costs that pile up during treatment and recovery. Many people imagine the process as something very official playing out in a large courtroom, possibly because of the mountain of television shows, movies and books about lawyers winning decisive victories for their clients in court.