Preparing For A Home Birth? Know Your Risks And Your Rights

Today, expectant mothers have more control over their birthing process than in earlier times. Many are opting for a more natural experience without intrusive technologies such as anesthesia, forceps, fetal monitors and episiotomies. More and more mothers are choosing home births. According to the Centers for Disease Control, home births increased 29 percent from 2004 to 2009. But along with the choice for a home delivery comes the added potential for complications and perhaps birth injury. Read More 

What You Should Know About A Personal Injury Loan Before Taking One

One of the nice parts about being involved in a personal injury lawsuit is that you probably will not have to pay your lawyer anything until the case settles. The downside is that it can take months or years for this to happen. While you are waiting for your case to settle so you can receive the compensation you are entitled to, it may be hard to survive financially. This is why many people turn to personal injury loans while they wait. Read More 

What You Should Know About How To Determine Liability After A Trucking Accident

One of the biggest challenges for people who have been involved in an accident with a commercial truck is determining who is liable for the damages. Even if it's obvious that the driver of the truck was at fault for the accident, he or she may not be liable for any damages owed to you. In some situations, the trucking company the individual drives for may be liable. Understanding some of the factors that contribute to determining liability is important. Read More 

Pregnant After Tubal Ligation | About Wrongful Pregnancy Lawsuits

If you had a tubal ligation and still got pregnant, you might be able to sue you doctor for wrongful pregnancy. If you decide to file a wrongful pregnancy lawsuit, here is what you have to prove to win, and what types of damages you may be able to claim. Tubal ligation & its effectiveness While a tubal ligation is often referred to as getting your tubes tied, actually tying the tubes isn't standard practice anymore. Read More 

Expediting Your Personal Injury Trial: When You Can And Why You Might

A personal injury trial can be a long and arduous process. There are numerous hoops to jump through and plenty of legal rigmarole to endure. Personal injury trials can take a long time, but there are some cases where you can actually expedite the process. An expedited trial will move the proceedings along much more quickly than they would occur during normal circumstances. Throughout the course of this brief article, you will learn how to adequately define an expedited trial, when you can be granted an expedited trial, why you could or should expedite a personal injury case and under what terms expedition is the best. Read More