What Is A Wrongful Death Personal Injury Claim?

Wrongful death is a complicated legal matter, no matter how much grief you are feeling in this moment. When your loved one dies because of the negligence of another person, it's normal to feel unsure about the steps that come next. If you have lost a loved one, this is what you need to know about filing a wrongful death case. Can You Pursue a Wrongful Death Case? You can pursue a wrongful death claim against an individual, company, or entity when your loved one dies because another party was negligent or reckless. Read More 

Tips For A Car Accident Case After Being Struck By A Minor

There's a reason why insurance companies tend to give 16-year-old new drivers a higher insurance rate than older drivers. Minor drivers are more likely to drive recklessly, and their inexperience could also increase the chances of an accident occurring. Were you recently struck and injured in an auto accident that was caused by a minor driver? Here are some tips to keep in mind if you intend to pursue a legal case. Read More 

You Signed A Liability Waiver, But Can You Still Sue For Injuries?

Liability waivers are becoming an increasingly common way for businesses and organizations to try to avoid injury claims and lawsuits. However, you shouldn't buy into the idea that a liability waiver makes it impossible to sue. A personal injury attorney will want to look at the following four possible angles of attack if a client signed a waiver. Prominence of the Waiver Hiding the language of a waiver amid other legalese is always problematic. Read More 

Guidelines To Help You Avoid Common Complications That Arise In Worker’s Compensation Cases

Worker's compensation schemes are set up to ensure that if you get injured or sick in your line of duty, they will have something to fall back on. Once an employee is enrolled and claims workers' compensation benefits, they also waive the legal right to sue their employer for damages. However, the process of claiming workers' compensation benefits is not always easy. Sometimes, it can even stop completely, especially when you do not have a lawyer's expertise to help you navigate the loopholes. Read More 

What To Do After An Auto Accident

Most drivers feel a lot of adrenaline after they are involved in an auto accident. These types of situations can make it difficult to remember things and stay focused. You should learn about proper accident procedures and laws to help you feel prepared. Here are five things you should do immediately after an auto accident: Assess Medical Needs Safety and medical care are obviously the top priority immediately following an accident. Take inventory of every driver or pedestrian involved and determine if medical attention is needed. Read More