Why You Need A Police Report After A Car Accident

If you have been involved in a car accident, you need to call the police or wait for them to arrive so that they can generate an accident report. This is not just going through the motions; it has real benefits for your accident case going forward. Here are some of the reasons you should get the police report: It's a Way of Preserving Evidence All drivers know that they should do their best to preserve evidence if they have been involved in a car accident. Read More 

Filing For Workers’ Compensation? How To Make Sure Your Claim Gets Approved

Workplace injuries can take a heavy toll on your way of life. If the injury is severe enough, it's nearly impossible for you to return to the job. This means that you can't financially support your family until you're able to get back on your feet. Workers; compensation is the insurance program that is paid for by employers. It's there to provide financial assistance to employees who are hurt on the job. Read More 

Questions To Help You Identify Who Is Liable For Your Dog Bite

If you have suffered a dog bite injury, you need to identify all the liable parties to boost your chances of recovering full damages. Answering these four questions will help you figure out the liable parties: Who Is the Dog Owner? In most cases of dog bites, the dog owner is held liable for the damages because animal owners are expected to take measures to prevent their animals from harming others. Read More 

Should You Hire A Traffic Ticket Lawyer?

Most people who get traffic tickets don't bother to challenge them. They just pay the fine and accept the consequences. But paying a traffic is essentially an admission of guilt, and getting a ticket at the wrong time can result in the loss of driving privileges and increased insurance rates. A traffic attorney can help fight tickets and possibly get them dismissed, but this option isn't the best for everyone. Here are two questions to ask to determine if this is the right choice for you. Read More 

Recognizing When Personal Injury Is Actually Neglect In A Nursing Home

Nursing home abuse is a big deal. Too often, residents who rely on nursing staff for their care are left in their beds or wheelchairs. The rate of nursing home neglect is astounding. Yet, how can you tell the difference between nursing home neglect and a typical elderly fall? As a grandchild of someone, you want to be sure your grandparent is only experiencing some of the things that come with being old and feeble, and not those related to neglect or abuse. Read More