Car Accident Law For Defendants

Being in a car accident is a traumatic experience, but things can get even worse if you are sued by the other driver. When you must defend yourself in an auto accident lawsuit, you risk having to pay significant damages if the verdict goes against you in court. This article examines some key aspects of car accident law that defendants in such cases need to know. Scene of the Accident Read More 

Auto Accident Uncertainty: Special Circumstances And How To Deal With Them

Although police science has come a long way, there are still situations and events where it is not entirely possible to determine the chain or cause of events. This does occur in auto accidents, where the police do not have traffic footage to view, and no one but the drivers know what happened. In these particularly sticky situations, you may be wondering if you can sue for monetary compensation, since the police reports are not much help. Read More 

Steps to Follow After You Have Suffered a Personal Injury

When you have been injured as a result of an accident, you may suffer catastrophic financial losses. While it is possible for you to pursue compensation for these losses by filing a lawsuit, it can be common for individuals to make some routine errors that can compromise their ability to pursue damages. To help you avoid these issues, you should use the following few tips when you have been injured in an accident. Read More 

Car Accident Leg Injuries: 3 Financial Impacts For Part-Time Lifeguards

Being trained as a lifeguard is a great way to make extra money, especially during the summer months when swimming expands to multiple pools and beaches. If you're a part-time lifeguard, your ability to perform on a job may be greatly hindered if you've injured your leg in a car accident. When someone else is at fault for your car accident, you can consult with a lawyer to help build a case and seek compensation for your damages. Read More 

Three Things To Know About Stress-Related Workers’ Compensation Claim

Emotional stress can trigger or worsen physical health conditions. For example, stress has been linked to respiratory, gastrointestinal, and cardiovascular issues. All these problems decrease productivity by making it difficult for workers to do their jobs. This is one of the reasons workers' compensation insurance may compensate you for work-related stress. However, you may still be able to file a claim for purely psychological injuries. However, before you submit your claim, here are three things you should know: Read More