Category Archives: Personal Injury

5 Things to Know About a Minor’s Personal Injury Claim

By | July 20, 2016

Fighting a personal injury claim is not easy. It becomes all the more stressful when you want to claim for injuries sustained by your young child. The distress and helplessness a parent experiences when his or her child suffers an injury due to the negligence of a third party is understandable. It is important that you seek justice… Read More »

What to Do if You Are in an Accident in a Work Vehicle? Who Pays?

By | July 6, 2016

Auto accident cases hinge on determining who or what was responsible for an accident. Typically, the answer is a negligent driver, rough roadway conditions, or factors outside of your control. Accidents involving company or work vehicles, however, raise many questions regarding fault, responsibility, liability, insurance, and workers’ compensation. When you are involved in a car accident in a… Read More »

Uber Accidents, Liability, and Insurance Coverage

By | July 5, 2016

Over the past decade, transportation network companies (TNCs), also referred to as rideshare companies, have undergone tremendous growth. Once a humble San Francisco-based startup, Uber is now one of the most successful companies, not just in the rideshare industry but the whole world, with more than $50 billion in value and operations in over 66 countries and 449… Read More »

Important Records to Obtain After a Truck Accident

By | July 5, 2016

Truck accidents are highly catastrophic in nature. The impacts are so severe that these accidents leave the victims too flabbergasted to follow the necessary steps. Several injuries and fatalities result from these accidents. 

9 Questions To Ask When You Consult An Auto Accident Attorney

By | June 29, 2016

You or a loved one has been injured in auto accident. Now, what do you do? Most personal injury victims are at a loss when it comes to the legal process. The first step is always to get the medical attention you need. The next step is to determine if you will require legal representation. If so, you… Read More »

How Bad Is The Recent Frozen Food Recall?

By | June 21, 2016

If you’ve been looking for an excuse to clean out your freezer, now is a good time. A major producer of frozen fruits and vegetables has issued a voluntary recall of more than 40 brands and 300 products, and the list just keeps growing.

Interstate Construction Work Zone Hazards and Road Safety

By | June 20, 2016

When you drive somewhere you’ve never been, you can’t help but notice that huge gnarled tree, or that grossly dilapidated building, or that road sign missing those vital strips of reflective tape. However, after you’ve driven that route a bunch of times, those once atypical items don’t even register in your consciousness anymore. The same thing happens with… Read More »

4 Critical Essentials to Prove Negligence in a Personal Injury Claim

By | June 20, 2016

More often than not, accident and injury cases entail that the matter of establishing fault that centers around the legal concept of ‘negligence’ and on the four crucial elements of negligence claim. Upon proving such a claim, the plaintiff becomes eligible for receiving compensation from the defendant (the party responsible for the negligence) and/or their insurance company. 

Teen Drivers: Understanding the Risk Factors of Inexperienced and Distracted Driving

By | June 2, 2016

Teen drivers represent the largest demographic group responsible for hundreds of thousands of collisions and thousands of fatalities in the United States every year. Legislation exists in all U.S. states to help protect drivers by restricting high-risk driver-passenger ratios, driving after dark and on major highways, and other conditions that are known to increase risk for teens.  

Common Concerns While Filing a Truck Accident Lawsuit

By | May 31, 2016

Commercial trucks are quite large in size than any other personal vehicles. As a result, the impact of an accident with a truck is far catastrophic than with other vehicles. Victims incur massive physical as well as emotional injuries.