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Credibility and Likeability: How your personality could affect a lawsuit

July 25th 2016

Whenever a personal injury lawsuit goes to trial, anything can happen. Trials heard by juries can be unpredictable, and often depend on factors that are uncontrollable. In many cases, whether or not a plaintiff wins and the amount of the judgment depends on how much the jury likes the injured… Read more...

Improving Economy Means More Car Accident Fatalities

July 22nd 2016

After several years of economic recession, the nation’s economy has finally recovered. While this is good news for nearly everyone, the improving economy has caused an unexpected complication: a dramatic increase in car accidents and car accident fatalities. The U.S. Bureau of Labor estimated that 8.7 million jobs were lost… Read more...

Factors That Affect Your Multiplier In An Injury Settlement

July 21st 2016

The most frequent question that injured people have for their attorney is, “How much is my injury case worth?” Though there is no easy answer to this question, understanding how personal injury cases are valued in settlement negotiations can give injured people an idea of what to expect. Soon after… Read more...

Abnormal Use: When Is A Company Not Responsible For The Injuries Its Products Cause?

July 20th 2016

When a company creates a product, it has a responsibility to make sure that that product is safe for consumers to use. When a defective product causes an injury, one of the most common defenses that the manufacturer will use is that the injured person must have misused the product… Read more...

Can You Appeal Your Personal Injury Case If You Lose?

July 19th 2016

No matter how strong a personal injury case is, going to trial is always risky. Juries are unpredictable, and even the most clear-cut cases sometimes lose in court. If you lose your personal injury case, can you file an appeal? Appealing the Decision An appeal is a formal request to… Read more...

Do You Have To Report Minor Accidents To The Police?

July 18th 2016

Not every car accident causes serious injuries or extensive property damage. When an accident is minor, do you have a responsibility to report the accident to the police? The general rule is that if a person is injured, you need to report it to the police. An injury does not… Read more...

What Not To Say To An Insurance Adjuster After An Accident

July 15th 2016

After a car accident, it is likely that you will contacted by an insurance adjuster. This person may be acting on behalf of your car insurance company, or may be working for the other party’s insurance company. Whenever you receive this call, it is important to remember that the adjuster… Read more...

Could Your Auto Mechanic Be Responsible For An Accident?

July 14th 2016

People take their cars to an auto repair shop to correct an issue or problem with their vehicles. When the mechanic fails to repair a vehicle properly, is that mechanic (or the repair shop) responsible for any damages if that vehicle is in an accident? When a person takes his… Read more...

What To Do If You Are Hit By A Drunk Driver

July 13th 2016

When a drunk driver causes an accident, the injured person often feels both angry and nervous. Because drunk driving accidents are entirely preventable, the injured person often wonders if the person who was irresponsible enough to drive while intoxicated is responsible enough to carry car insurance. If you were injured… Read more...

How To Track Down Hit-And-Run Drivers After An Accident

July 12th 2016

Any car accident is a frightening experience, but realizing that the driver who caused the accident sped away without stopping can be especially scary. People injured by hit-and-run drivers often face an uphill battle when it comes to getting compensation for their injuries. If a negligent driver struck you and… Read more...

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