What You Can Do To Prevent Your Dog From Biting Someone

If you have purchased your first dog, or are about to, it is important that you take precautions to ensure that your dog does not bite anyway. If your dog bites someone, you could be sued and the person who was bit and injured could receive compensation for their medical bills, lost wages and pain and suffering. Selecting the breed carefully, training, and keeping your dog on a leash and maintaining control while you are out in public are a few well-known ways that you can prevent your dog from biting people. Read More 

4 Things To Understand About States That Practice No Fault Auto Insurance

There are currently 12 states in the United States that operate with no fault insurance laws. If you live in Florida, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Hawaii, Kansas, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Dakota or Utah, it is important that you familiarize yourself with the basics of no fault auto insurance and the specifics of your state and insurance policy. The basic premise behind no fault laws is that if you have minor injuries from an accident, your insurance will cover the injuries in order to prevent unnecessary lawsuits and delays in payment. Read More 

Disability Claims For Short Bowel Syndrome: What You Need To Know About Your Disability Hearing

Between 10,000 and 20,000 people in the United States suffer with short bowel syndrome. This condition can lead to debilitating symptoms that make everyday life difficult, so people with the condition may need to file a disability claim. Find out why you may need to attend a disability hearing as part of your claim, and learn more about the steps you can take to increase your chances of success. SBS and disability insurance Read More 

Are You At Risk Of An Accident In A Road Work Zone?

Sometimes it seems that everywhere you go you encounter a road that is under construction. These areas normally have big signs, road barrels, and lanes shut down. This often leads to additional road congestion and a change in road patterns. Road construction or work zones, can put you at risk of having an accident. Understanding this risk, as well as how to avoid it, may help you remain safe the next time you enter a work zone. Read More 

The “Baseball Rule” And Personal Injury: What Baseball Fans Need To Know When Taking In A Ballgame

Baseball tickets are beginning to go on sale for next year's games. But before you purchase your tickets, you may want to educate yourself on injuries that can occur at a baseball stadium and how the "Baseball Rule" impacts your ability to collect money for medical expenses and pain and suffering. This may cause you to think twice before buying tickets as close to the field as you can. Here is some information baseball fans should know about the " Read More