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.
Personal Injury Cases: 4 Financial Impacts For Newspaper Delivery Workers
13 June 2016
Delivering the newspaper is a traditional job that has evolved over the years as newspapers change, grow, and reach all different types of customers. If you're a newspaper delivery worker, then you know how important mobility is to properly bring newspaper from home to home. If you've been involved in a personal injury, then your ability to complete your job may be hindered. If someone else is liable for your case, then it is likely that you will seek compensation for the damages that were caused.
Received A Check In The Mail After Your Car Accident? 3 Reasons You Shouldn't Cash It
25 May 2016
If you were in an auto accident and received a small check in the mail from the other party's insurance company as compensation for your injuries, it may tempt you to take the money to avoid going through a traditional accident claim. One of the most important things you shouldn't do is cash the check and agree to any terms the insurer or its adjuster offer you. You may lose your ability to receive any medical care you need now and in the future.