Strengthening Your Case: 3 Ways To Prove The Severity Of A Motorcycle Accident Claim
20 April 2016
Motorcycle accidents tend to be especially severe since motorcyclists have less protection than vehicle drivers. With that said, proving the severity of the accident can be difficult. If you are seeking compensation with a motorcycle accident claim, it is important that you do all that you can to strengthen your case. While a motorcycle accident attorney will recommend many different methods to prove the severity of the accident, here are 3 ways that you can get started.
Injury On A Lunch Break: 5 Scenarios That Could Affect Your Workers Comp Case
30 March 2016
Getting injured on the job includes a lot of factors that can impact your ability to earn workers compensation payments. While working on a daily basis, you are granted lunch breaks to relax and enjoy a meal. Unfortunately, sometimes you can get injured on these breaks and find yourself dealing with a complicated worker's compensation case. When working with an attorney, it's important to break down different factors of the injury, where it occurred, and if your employer is responsible.
Common Assertions About Wrongful Death Lawsuits: Are They Fact Or Fiction?
19 February 2016
If you're considering filing a wrongful death lawsuit, you're sure to get a lot of feedback and so-called advice from well-meaning friends and family members. However, not all of the common assertions about wrongful death lawsuits are true. Here's a look at some common ones. You might be surprised which are fact and which are fiction.
You have to file your lawsuit promptly because there's a statute of limitations: FACT
Considering A Medical Malpractice Lawsuit? Who Should You Name As Defendant?
3 February 2016
If you've recently been injured or made ill through a medical professional's negligence, you may already be considering your legal options -- including filing a malpractice lawsuit. However, even if you have a clear set of facts pointing toward liability, affixing blame on the wrong person (or entity) can cause your case to be dismissed; and depending upon the amount of time that has elapsed since your injury, you may be prevented from refiling against the correct person.