Ways That Your Attorney May Be Able To Prove That The Other Driver Tried To Get Hit

Posted on: 4 June 2018

It's stressful enough being in a car accident, and even more stressful when it appears to you that the other motorist stopped suddenly so that you'd hit him or her. Of course, you're supposed to follow at a safe distance that enables you to stop in a timely manner, but there are situations in which a motorist brakes aggressively with the hope of being hit from behind. That motorist can then feign a serious injury, hire a potentially unscrupulous attorney, and take legal action against the other driver. [Read More]

How To Avoid Getting In An Accident With Semi-Trucks

Posted on: 30 April 2018

Semi-trucks are important to the economy. They transport large loads of freight from coast to coast. Unfortunately, a semi-truck can pose a high risk of injury to any driver on the highway. A fatal truck accident happens about 11 times a day in the United States. This type of vehicle is dangerous because of its size. Tractor trailers are large and heavy. They cause extensive damage when making contact with other vehicles. [Read More]

Do You Have A Case?

Posted on: 8 April 2018

When the worst happens, and you get hit by a careless driver, you may wonder if you have a case worthy of a personal injury legal action. The way these cases are evaluated depends a lot on the level of harm caused and the related financial issues. To fully understand the answer to the question "do I have a case?", you must look at the situation from a personal injury attorney's point of view. [Read More]

Injured By A Medical Drug? Identity Of Liable Party Determines Case To File

Posted on: 5 March 2018

If you have been injured by a dangerous drug and you want to file an injury claim or lawsuit, it's important to identify the exact party liable for your injuries. This is necessary because the identity of the injured party will determine which type of legal claim you should make. Here are three examples of those who may be responsible for dangerous drug injuries, and which lawsuit you should file in each case. [Read More]