5 Tips For Increasing Your Chances Of Winning Your Personal Injury Lawsuit

If you have been injured in a car accident or on someone's property due to the fault and negligence of another, you are probably considering filing a personal injury lawsuit. This way, your medical costs for the injuries you have endured are covered for. You will also receive compensation for any loss of wages during the time you were recovering from the injury. Here are five tips to help increase your chances of winning your case: [Read More]

3 Reasons The Property Owner Is At Fault For A Slip And Fall Accident

Being injured during a slip and fall accident can be devastating for you. The medical costs to recover and the time lost from work are sure to take a toll on your financial situation.  The key to being able to receive reimbursement for these losses may rest in taking legal action against the property owner.  However, you will need to have a strong case to do so. Knowing some of the reasons this individual could be at fault for your injury may prove helpful to you. [Read More]

Three Situations In Which You May Hold A Passenger Liable For A Car Crash

Drivers are usually blamed for car accidents, even though they aren't the only ones who can cause car crashes. As an accident victim, it's important to identify all the parties responsible for your injuries, so that they can pay your damages. For example, there are cases where even a passenger may be blamed for an accident. Here are three examples of such situations: Prior Negligence The passenger's negligence doesn't begin the moment they get into the vehicle, even their prior actions count. [Read More]

Determining The Seriousness Of Your Work-Related Injury: Advice Your Attorney Expects You To Follow

When you are injured at work, your workers' compensation attorney will advise you to do several things. First and foremost, make sure you get all of the related documentation needed to assess your situation. (Your attorney cannot help you if he or she cannot see the documentation of your injuries first.) After you have provided documentation, your lawyer will probably advise you to do one or more of the following in order to determine the seriousness of your injury. [Read More]