Understanding Damages In A Personal Injury Case
18 March 2015
If you find yourself on the plaintiff end of a car accident case, you might be awarded damages. Damages are awarded to plaintiffs if a judge rules in favor of them. If you have hired a car accident lawyer after your accident, you might be wondering just exactly what he is talking about when he speaks about seeking damages for your injury. Throughout the course of this article, you will learn about the purpose of damages and about the different types such as general compensatory damages, specific compensatory damages and punitive damages.
Pushing Through The Personal Injury Myths: The Truth About Filing A Claim
16 March 2015
Few things can lead to as much confusion and discussion as a personal injury case. There are so many misconceptions about personal injury lawsuits that it can be hard to figure out what's actually true. If you've been injured and are wondering about filing a suit, the best place to start is to clear up the confusion. Here's a look at some of the most common mistaken assumptions about personal injury law and the actual truth behind each one.
5 Ways To Tell If You Need A Personal Injury Attorney
11 March 2015
Personal injury cases come from many different scenarios, such as auto accidents, slip-and-fall incidents, dog bites, and medical malpractice. If you been in an accident recently and suffered injuries as a result, you might be debating whether or not to seek legal advice. Maybe you're concerned about finances or you just don't think you have a case. Either way, here are five good indications you need to consult with a personal injury attorney following your injury.
What You Should Do If A Flying Object Causes You Problems On The Road
10 March 2015
You've seen them before -- those cars and trucks loaded haphazardly with mattresses, shovels, kayaks or furniture. And then there are those commercial trucks hauling logs or other large items that you know could crush you if they weren't loaded properly. If you're like most people, you probably try to avoid driving directly behind those vehicles. But what should you do if you have no other choice and then -- horror of horrors -- something comes loose from one of those vehicle and strikes your car or causes you to get in an accident?