Posted on: 17 May 2021
Being involved in a motorcycle accident can lead to major injuries that you need to recover from and will also rack up quite a bit of medical bills. That's why it helps to know what determines the value of a motorcycle injury so you can be prepared for what yo

Posted on: 5 April 2021
One of the worst accidents that you can experience when you're driving a small car is an underride accident. This is when your car accidentally goes under the commercial truck. This can do severe damage to your vehicle, cause severe injuries, and is often fata

Posted on: 29 March 2021
It's all too easy to feel dejected after you've been through something like a car accident. Almost anyone can be deeply affected by the trauma of an accident, physical injury, and the prospect of healing and making things right again. Unfortunately, the time i

Posted on: 26 February 2021
Not all workers' comp cases end up with a lump-sum settlement. Sometimes, hurt workers recover enough to return to their jobs after an injury. Settlements are usually part of workers' comp benefits only when the injury is so severe that it is expected to impac

Posted on: 19 February 2021
If you're in a car accident, you're likely to face huge fines or even jail time. The first thing you should do is call a car accident attorney. The last thing you want is self-incrimination. Apart from helping you during police interrogations, here are a few d

Posted on: 28 January 2021
A common type of injury that is often underreported at nursing homes is bed sores. When admitting a patient to a nursing home, the facility might report that the patient is suffering from bedsores after they have been admitted to the hospital but may not repor

Posted on: 18 January 2021
When a loved one dies, you may be concerned if the loss occurred under suspicious circumstances. An investigation can help you determine if you have a strong wrongful death case in court. Legal professionals can help you determine if you should move your case

Posted on: 23 December 2020
When you are the victim in a car accident case and you pursue a claim with the insurance company of the negligent party, you can expect to provide a deposition. A deposition is a meeting you attend to answer questions about your case while you are under oath.