How To Limit Social Media's Influence On Your Personal Injury Case


Social media offers a great way to share your most treasured experiences with friends, family, and even random strangers with common interests. Unfortunately, social media turns into a double-edged sword during personal injury cases.  It only takes a few innocent tweets or an Instagram photo taken out-of-context to invalidate your personal injury claim. The following shows what you can do to protect yourself during your personal injury case. 1. Don't Share Anything About Your Case

9 July 2018

How To Prove A Defect In Your Vehicle Caused A Car Accident


Car accidents are usually caused by the negligence of at least one driver, but sometimes it's the very vehicle itself that causes the accident. Brakes that fail to stop the vehicle as expected or steering controls that suddenly lock up can turn an everyday drive into a serious and life-altering event. If you suspect a flaw or defect in your vehicle was the cause of an accident, you'll need to establish plenty of proof before bringing a case against the manufacturer.

14 May 2018

When You Get Hurt In The Wallet From A Car Wreck


You may be all too familiar with how your body feels after you've sustained injuries from a careless driver, but sooner or later the pain will hit you in your budget area as well. You'll feel it the most in one big and expensive place, so read on to learn more about the financial impact a car wreck is going to have on your life. The high cost of medical expenses

14 April 2018

How Your Damage Is Classified When Pursuing a Personal Lawsuit


When you file a personal lawsuit, the purpose behind the lawsuit is to gain monetary compensation for what happened to you. The monetary compensation that you are granted is based on two different categories of damages: economic damages and non-economic damages. You need to understand what category your damages fall under. Economic Damage: Easier to Quantify The first thing you need to do is make sure that there is economic damage.

21 March 2018

3 Ways Prescription Anticoagulants Can Lead To Long-Term Disability


While most people are able to tolerate their prescription medications, others experience side effects and adverse reactions. Although most of the time these side effects are mild, some can be very serious. Types of medications that have the potential to heighten the risk for serious adverse reactions are prescription anticoagulants. These medications are prescribed to those who are at high risk of having a cardiovascular event such as a heart attack, stroke, or blood clot.

12 February 2018

Cover Your Financial Future Options After Injury


Are you taking someone to court after an injury? Are you already in the settlement phase and trying to figure out if an offer is worth your time? Guessing at the financials is a tough task at any point of the personal injury claim process, but you can work on establishing a minimum by figuring out what maintaining a quality lifestyle--and having a chance at improving your situation--may cost. Here are a few details to keep in mind as you work through a personal injury claim.

27 December 2017

Four Places Your Lawyer Might Get Evidence In Your Truck Accident Case


If you have been injured in an accident with a semi-truck or other large commercial vehicle, then you absolutely need to work with an attorney. You probably have a strong personal injury case against the driver -- if your lawyer can collect the right evidence. So that you know what to assume in the coming months, read on to discover four places your lawyer may look for that evidence that the driver is at-fault for your collision.

6 December 2017

Defenses You May Have To Surmount When Pursuing A Wrongful Death Claim


A wrongful death claim can yield a huge settlement, which is why defendants put up spirited fights in these cases. For example, the defendant can claim that: They Did Not Cause the Death For you to win a wrongful death lawsuit, you must prove that the defendant's actions were the actual cause of your loved one's demise. Consider an example in which your spouse breaks their leg after being knocked down by an SUV.

10 November 2017

Homeowners: Be Wary Of Halloween Liabilities And Take These Steps To Avoid Accidents


Halloween has become one of the most celebrated holidays in the nation -- but it's also a homeowner's nightmare because premise liability laws can put the responsibility for an injured child or parent directly at your doorstep if something goes wrong during the annual Trick-or-Treat festivities. If you're a homeowner, you don't have to be too scared to turn the porch light on and pass out treats to the little ghouls and goblins at your door -- but you do need to exercise a little caution in order to minimize your possible liability if an accident does happen.

10 October 2017

Why It's Important To Seek Medical Attention Immediately After A Pedestrian Accident


If you are involved in a pedestrian accident, you might not be sure of what to do. You might just be ready to go home as soon as possible after the accident, but it's actually usually best for you to seek medical attention first. These are a few reasons why this should probably be done quickly after your accident: There Might Be Injuries That You Aren't Aware of Yet First of all, after this type of accident, you might not be immediately aware of any injuries that you might have sustained.

25 September 2017