Just Along For The Ride And Injured In An Accident

It's not only drivers that can be injured in a car accident. If you were just along for the ride but ended up with injuries after a collision, you may be entitled to compensation. Read on and find out more. Fault May Not Matter When it comes to vehicle accidents, fault is very important. However, passengers are protected from being involved in any form of fault after an accident. Therefore, either the other driver is at fault, or the driver in the car as you is at fault. Read More 

How Your Pain And Suffering Damages Are Figured Out

You might think it an impossibility to put a dollar figure on the pain and suffering you've endured as a result of an accident. Your injuries at the hands of the other driver deserve to be considered along with a lot of other forms of damage. The way pain and suffering are figured out can vary so read on to learn more about how your total compensation package is calculated – including pain and suffering. Read More 

What To Do When You Need Workers’ Compensation

Whether you fall off a ladder, get into a vehicle wreck, sustain long-term repetitive use injuries, workplace illnesses, or suffer chemical or smoke inhalation, dealing with injuries on the job is never fun. Workers' compensation cases vary in type and severity and require the assistance of a lawyer who is familiar with these cases. By having a strategy for working on these cases, and hiring a lawyer that can do the job in court or at the settlement table, you improve your chances of getting properly paid for your injuries and recuperation. Read More 

Do You Need A Wrongful Death Attorney?

Experiencing the loss of a family member due to an accident is devastating and unexpected. Many families are unsure about what to do next. Reaching out to the local court system does not ensure that charges will be filed against the responsible party. Local laws and codes do not always make it possible for a person or corporation to be held criminally responsible. Here are a few benefits of hiring a wrongful death attorney. Read More 

Evaluating Losses When You File A Personal Injury Claim

A personal injury claim is a way to receive financial compensation for losses that you sustain because of an injury. If you are in a car accident, you must be able to show that your injuries are a direct result of the accident. Fault is established in a car accident, and you can't be more than 49% at fault for the accident to receive money for your losses. There are losses you can measure, and those that take time to be evaluated in order to come up with an amount that makes sense. Read More