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

I Was Injured While Riding in an Uber or Lyft Vehicle
If you get hurt as a ride share passenger, your injuries will likely be covered by insurance, but whose policy applies?
Uber/Lyft Rideshare Passenger Injury Lawsuits
If you’re injured in an Uber or Lyft accident as a rideshare passenger, here’s what you need to know about your right to obtain compensation for your injuries.
Do I Need a Lawyer for a Car Accident That Wasn't My Fault?
Even if you didn’t cause your car accident, you may still need a lawyer to protect your rights and help you get the best result.
How Do I Start a Car Accident Claim?
What to consider, and what are the first steps when it comes to taking action after a car accident.
What If My Car Insurance Claim Is Denied?
A car insurance company's claim denial isn't necessarily the end of the road when it comes to getting your car accident losses covered.
How Will the Insurance Company Investigate My Car Accident?
How (and why) a car insurance company examines the basis for your car accident claim.
What If I'm In an Accident While Driving for Uber or Lyft?
How Lyft and Uber drivers can protect themselves before a rideshare vehicle accident, and their options after a crash.
What Are "Costs" in a Personal Injury Case?
Besides payment for your attorney's services, there are other significant expenses that will inevitably arise when you're litigating a personal injury lawsuit.
Hernia Mesh Lawsuits: History and Developments
Lawsuits against hernia mesh manufacturers continue to wind through the courts, with at least one notable settlement.
Can I Sue My Employer If I Used Roundup at Work?
Landscapers and groundskeepers harmed by Roundup may need to rely on workers’ compensation rather than suing their employer.