When Serious Injury Strikes
2 October 2017
For minor traffic accidents or slip and fall cases in stores, you can expect some level of help from the at-fault parties. In most cases, you can have your medical bills and a few other damages covered without having to do much more than file a claim. Not all injuries are minor and simple, however. The below three types of injuries are more difficult to prove and can be a lot more complicated to litigate.
Two Things Drivers Should Always Keep In Their Car In Case Of An Accident
15 September 2017
One of the biggest things that you can do to help yourself out after a car accident is to think ahead -- because you may just end up in a lawsuit. Even if you aren't the sort of person to run to an attorney right away, that doesn't mean that the other driver's insurance company is going to play fair. That means that it's just smart business to assume that every car accident is going to end in a lawsuit and act accordingly.
Four Things Restaurant Owners Need to Know About Slip-and-Fall Accidents
18 October 2016
The last thing any restaurant owner wants to have happen is for a customer, vendor, or other guest in their place of business to experience a slip-and-fall accident while on the premises. Spills go hand-in-hand with owning and operating a restaurant, so constant vigilance is important in order to safeguard your investment. Certain safeguards are simply a matter of common sense, such as having janitorial duties involving mopping floors performed during hours when the business is closed.
Tips For Facing Your First Injury Settlement Negotiations
10 August 2016
When you're in the midst of negotiations to settle your personal injury case, the whole process can feel like a bit of a whirlwind. Negotiation usually starts shortly after the case is filed, and the process can be a little bit overwhelming at first. If you've never negotiated with an insurance company for settlements, it's in your best interest to work directly with a personal injury attorney for the settlement. However, here are some things you might want to know in advance to make the process less intimidating.