3 Reasons To Hire A Lawyer After A Slip And Fall Accident

24 July 2019
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No one expects to be shopping in a store and suddenly suffer a slip and fall accident. Unfortunately, slip and fall accidents happen all of the time, and in some cases a slip and fall can result in serious injuries. If your fall is due to negligence on the part of the store, such as a spill that has not been properly cleaned up, damaged flooring, or no signs saying that the floor is wet, they are liable for the accident, and their insurance company will be responsible for your monetary settlement. Read More 

What Are Common Wrongful Death Case Scenarios?

21 May 2019
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It is never easy to lose someone you love, but when a person is taken from their life unexpectedly, suddenly, and due to someone else, it can be an even more devastating experience. Wrongful death lawsuits occur when some type of negligence causes the death of another party. These claims are usually brought up by those directly affected by the loss of their loved one, such as a child or spouse. Read More 

How Staying Organized Benefits Your Personal Injury Case

17 April 2019
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When it comes to car accidents, the amount of paperwork you will come into contact with will amaze you. It's easy to become disorganized and confused during the time after a wreck. When you consider how you've been stressed, both physically and mentally, you may need to take care not to misplace any important documents. You will need to keep up with paperwork that is connected to your wrecked car, health insurance matters, auto insurance, medical treatment, and legal paperwork. Read More 

Injured? Remember These 3 Tips

15 March 2019
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If you have been recently injured in a car accident, you're probably busy recovering from your injuries. As soon as the situation is no longer critical, however, most people's minds turn to the practical. How are you going to pay your medical bills? What is going to happen to your job? How will you support your family without a paycheck coming in? If you were injured in an accident through no fault of your own, it is imperative you contact an attorney the minute you are physically able to. Read More 

Filing A Personal Injury Claim For Assault Or Battery

5 February 2019
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Assault and battery are both criminal offenses, but there is a key difference between the two. Assault refers to the act of making someone reasonably afraid of "imminent" offensive contact or harm, while battery is the act of making offensive contact with or inflicting harm on another person. What distinguishes the two is that someone can be charged with assault simply for making a threat that causes another person to be reasonably afraid of imminent harm. Read More