Is Your Aging Parent in a Nursing Home and Getting Poor Care? What to Do

28 February 2017
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If your aging parent has bed sores, scratches, and other bothersome markings on their skin, its time to hire a lawyer. When a person isn't moved, helped, and treated like they need to be, this can lead to a lot of injuries, and this isn't uncommon in a nursing home. Your parent may be neglected by the staff, and the staff may not be properly trained. Here are a few of the things that you want to talk with a lawyer about when you sit down for a meeting to discuss your parent. Read More 

Envisioning Personal Injury Success

15 February 2017
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If you have been injured in a truck accident, it can be difficult to imagine that your life will ever be "normal" again. When you consider your physical injuries, your emotional scars, your worsening financial situation due to missed work, and even more, it's easy to understand the level of misery. You may benefit from being able to visualize the light at the end of the tunnel. The road to personal injury success may be long, but it does tend to progress in a predictable manner, so read on and see what's in store for you. Read More 

Three Tips For Those That Have Been In A Motorcycle Accident

29 July 2016
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Being involved in a motorcycle accident can cause you to suffer an assortment of injuries and financial losses. However, it can be fairly common for individuals that are involved in these accidents to make some fairly critical mistakes that can compromise their ability to collect damages. To help you avoid these mistakes, you will want to utilize the following few tips. Document All Of Your Motorcycle Accident Related Expenses When individuals are considering filing a lawsuit to recover damages, they may often be focused on the largest expenses that they incurred, such as repairs and medical bills. Read More 

3 Common Personal Injury Defense Tactics, And How To Combat Them

16 June 2015
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If you've been injured and the responsible party is putting up a fight, you may be faced with a court trial. You (the plaintiff) will work with your lawyer to prove the defendant's guilt. Below  are three common defense tactics the defendant and their lawyer may employ, and how you and your attorney can counteract them. Tactic #1: Assumption of Risk If you've ever gone bungee jumping or done a similarly risky activity, you may have been required to sign a waiver of liability. Read More 

How To Prove Fault After A Stair-related Incident

2 June 2015
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If you were injured while walking up or down a flight of stairs at a business, you might be able to sue. This can be a complicated lawsuit since stairs already pose a danger, and if you were not careful, you might be the one liable for the accident. Here is more information on how to handle this type of case and prove fault. Can you prove liability? The first thing you need to know about proving liability is that in order to prove it was someone else's fault, the incident must fit within certain criteria. Read More