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Understanding The Role Of Witnesses After A Car Accident

August 19th 2016

Memory can be a tricky thing. In the moments before a collision, some people may remember every detail as if time seemed to stop. Others may have never seen the other car, and have no memory whatsoever of what caused the crash. Because it can be difficult to rely on… Read more...

Preserving Evidence After An Auto Accident

August 18th 2016

Personal injury cases can be complicated, and often depend on the strength of each party’s evidence. If you are in an accident, collecting and preserving key pieces of evidence after the fact can often mean the difference between winning and losing. Find out more about what you should be sure… Read more...

Who Is Responsible After An Accident With Uber Or Lyft Driver?

August 17th 2016

In the past few years, Uber, Lyft, and other ridesharing services have become a national phenomenon. The services exploded onto the scene and have effectively changed the transportation industry. Both Uber and Lyft allow users to download an app to their phones and order a driver to come pick them… Read more...

When Is A Landlord Responsible For Injuries Inside A Rented Home Or Business?

August 16th 2016

If you rent property, whether it is an apartment or an office space for your business, the person or entity which owns that property has a legal responsibility to maintain safe premises. If the landlord fails to keep the property in good repair, that person or entity may be legally… Read more...

Do Minor Auto Accidents Need To Be Reported To The Police Or Your Insurance Company?

August 15th 2016

Not every accident is a major ordeal. Sometimes, a minor fender-bender or collision leaves both parties uninjured and with only small amounts of property damage. If you are involved in such a minor accident, do you have a responsibility to report the collision to the police or your insurance company?… Read more...

Exploding E-Cigarettes Lead To Injury Lawsuits

August 15th 2016

In the past few years, e-cigarettes have become more than a passing trend. The devices can be seen everywhere, and have been widely heralded by users as a way to quit smoking traditional cigarettes. As the devices have become more common, many new and foreign manufacturers are attempting to cash… Read more...

Collision Warning Technology May Prevent Car Accidents

August 12th 2016

Every year, technology moves forward in leaps and bounds, for the most part making our lives easier and safer. Nowhere is this more true than in the auto industry, where automakers are using technology to make car accidents a thing of the past. These advances are not limited to passenger… Read more...

New Blood Test May Be Able To Detect Signs Of Traumatic Brain Injury Earlier

August 11th 2016

Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are some of the most complicated injuries to treat. Whether the TBI stems from a car accident, a concussion in a sports game, an assault or a combat injury, TBIs can affect the victim for the rest of their life. TBIs can have a range of… Read more...

What Are The Advantages Of Contingent Attorneys’ Fees Verses Hourly Or Flat Fee Payments?

August 10th 2016

If you have ever considered hiring an attorney, or have simply seen advertisements for various legal services on billboards or on TV, then you know that some lawyers will offer to take your case at no cost to you (unless you win), while others lawyers will require an upfront payment.… Read more...

Who Can You Sue After An Airplane Accident Or Injury?

August 9th 2016

In comparison to all other methods of transportation, flying on commercial planes is by far the safest way to travel. While airplane crashes always receive a lot of attention in the media, this is only because they are so rare. Commercial aviation accidents happen so infrequently that each crash becomes… Read more...

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