Curtis Lee

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

Rear-End Car Accident Caused by Faulty Brakes
In a rear-end collision involving faulty brakes, someone other than the tailing driver could be at fault.
Will My Car Accident Claim End in a Settlement?
If you decide to start a car accident lawsuit, chances are you’ll never get to court, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
What Is a Wrongful Life Lawsuit?
Wrongful life lawsuits are controversial, but they exist to compensate children born as a result of a medical professional's negligence.
What is a Contingency Fee?
With a contingency fee agreement, your attorney will only get paid when you recover compensation -- via settlement or court judgment -- in your personal injury case.
How a Pedestrian Accident Attorney Can Help You
Pedestrian-versus-car accidents can lead to serious injuries, which means it's often crucial to have the right injury lawyer on your side.
Slips, Trips and Falls Prevention and Safety
Keeping customers and employees safe from accidents at your place of business, and what to do if a slip and fall occurs.
Wrongful Death and Car Accidents
A fatal car accident can sometimes give rise to a wrongful death lawsuit, but these kinds of claims are somewhat unique.
Do I Have to Talk to the Other Driver's Car Insurance Company After an Accident?
If you've been in a car accident, it’s usually not a good idea to talk to the other driver’s car insurance company; at the very least, take caution.
Fault in "Chain Reaction" Car Accidents
Determining fault in chain-reaction traffic collisions can be especially tricky, often because these accidents have multiple causes.
Are Bicyclists Ever Liable for Traffic Accidents?
Bicyclists must follow most of the same traffic laws as other vehicle operators, which means a bicyclist can be deemed at fault for causing a car accident.