Getting Help With Your Recovery

Personal Injury & Food: 4 Changes That Could Impact Your Settlement

Posted on

After suffering from a personal injury, it’s easy to forget how the little things in your life can change so dramatically. One of the things that you may take for granted is your daily food routine. Arm injuries, back injuries, or injuries that put you in a wheelchair can change your diet and also come with costs to help get your life back in order. Instead of paying for these changes out of pocket, an attorney can help you recuperate them through your injury settlement case. Read More»

How You Can Help Your Auto Accident Attorney Maximize Your Potential Settlement

Posted on

Sadly, vehicle accidents are a common occurrence on roads both small and large within the United States. In fact, more than six million accidents on average are recorded on a yearly basis, and traffic accidents are the number one reason why people file personal injury claims in court throughout the country. Because auto accident personal injury claims are common, it should be easy to find an experienced attorney to work with who knows all the jargon and processes that come into play with auto accident cases. Read More»

Got Bit By A Dog? How To Find Out Who It Belongs To

Posted on

If a dog bit you, and you sustained injuries as a result of that accident, you may be able to file a personal injury claim and recoup money for your medical expenses and pain and suffering. However, before you can file a claim, you have to know who the dog belongs to. Unfortunately, if a dog randomly bites you as you are walking down the street, tracking down the owner can be hard. Read More»

Rear Ended? A Look At Factors That Affect Who Is At Fault

Posted on

You’ve probably been told, “If someone rear ends you, it’s always their fault,” at one time or another. Unfortunately, this is not 100% true. While the person who rear ends you will almost always be found at least partially at fault, they are not automatically assumed to be completely at fault for the collision as many people tend to believe. Your insurance company (and if you go to court, the judge) will take several factors into consideration when determining where the fault lies. Read More»

Bitten In The Dog Park: Who Is At Fault?

Posted on

Dog parks can be wonderful places for dog owners to socialize their pets. Unfortunately, dogs can be unpredictable – especially when in new and unfamiliar places – and this sometimes results in visitors being bitten by other visitors’ dogs. If you have been bitten in a dog park, who is at fault? The answer depends. Here’s a look at the factors a judge will consider when determining who responsible for the bills related to your injuries. Read More»