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What to Do After a Bike Accident

What to Do After a Bike Accident

Collisions involving bicycles and automobiles are distressingly common and can be very scary. A motor vehicle has the potential to do a lot more damage to you and your bike than vice versa. You can be injured without experiencing symptoms right away. It can be difficult to think straight in … Continue reading

3 Common Accidents That Result in TBI

3 Common Accidents That Result in TBI

The human brain is a supercomputer. It runs the rest of the body, including all conscious and unconscious behavior. Things such as breathing, running, and crying all go through a series of electrical impulses originating in the brain. What happens if the brain is injured? One of the most devastating … Continue reading

5 Essential Things to Do After a Lyft Accident

5 Essential Things to Do After a Lyft Accident

It can be hard enough to remember what to do after getting in an accident with another private vehicle. Getting hit by a Lyft driver adds even more steps that you should complete at the scene, but it is absolutely necessary to follow them to ensure you get fairly compensated … Continue reading

Guide to Divorce Without Your Partner’s Location

Guide to Divorce Without Your Partner’s Location

Some relationships do not end on good terms. Some marriages may dissolve and leave the two parties without contact information for the other. If you have a spouse who left and gave no information on where to find him or her, you may feel like you’re at a loss when … Continue reading

Delayed Symptoms to Watch for After an Accident

Delayed Symptoms to Watch for After an Accident

Immediately after a car accident, you may feel fine physically. However, you could have injuries that you do not yet know about. Symptoms of traumatic injury from a car accident often do not start showing up until hours, days, or sometimes weeks after the accident. There are two reasons for … Continue reading

Worker’s Compensation Facts You Need to Know

Worker’s Compensation Facts You Need to Know

For most people, on-the-job injuries are the last thing on their mind during a typical workday. But all it takes is one slip, one rogue machine or one careless action to leave you bedridden and unable to work. Worker’s compensation insurance exists to protect you in such a disastrous occurrence. … Continue reading

Parents’ Right to Sue for Wrongful Death

Parents’ Right to Sue for Wrongful Death

If you are a parent and a child dies due to the negligent, unlawful, or willfully malicious actions of someone else, you may have the right to file a wrongful death lawsuit against the responsible party or parties. Your rights to sue over the death of a child, however, vary … Continue reading

The Four Ways Juries Determine Economic Value In Personal Injury Cases

The Four Ways Juries Determine Economic Value In Personal Injury Cases

Personal injury trials differ in length and complexity, depending on the injuries and causes. Most attorneys prefer to settle out of court because of the unpredictability of a trial. However, some cases reach a deadlock during negotiations, and a hearing is the next step to achieve restitution for the plaintiff. … Continue reading

Your Obligations and Rights When Being Tested for DUI

Your Obligations and Rights When Being Tested for DUI

Many people wonder if they have to take a breath, blood, or urine test if stopped for driving under the influence. The practice has been contested, and, as a result, the Supreme Court has ruled on the legality of collecting breath, blood, or urine tests without a warrant. There are … Continue reading

Can the Workers’ Compensation Insurance Company Really Follow Me?

Can the Workers’ Compensation Insurance Company Really Follow Me?

As the victim of a workplace injury, you deserve proper compensation. If you have filed a claim with the insurance company, only to discover you are being followed, you may begin to wonder what’s legal and what’s not. Can the insurance company really follow you? Are they allowed to dig … Continue reading