Hopefully you survived Black Friday unscathed, but if you didn’t, or if you find yourself injured in a public place during your holiday shopping (or any time of the year), here’s what you need to know.
Thanksgiving is upon us this week, and that means it’s almost time for Black Friday! After stuffing yourself with stuffing, if you’re bundling up and heading out to do some shopping, make sure you follow these safety tips to ensure your Black Friday experience is both safe and productive.
Several components of life can be affected by a multiple vehicle collision —medical, employment, insurance, legal, even social
Labor Day weekend is one of the biggest travel holidays of the year, but it’s also one of the deadliest when it comes to traffic fatalities.
When it comes to slip and fall claims, like all personal injury cases, there are several things you must prove to win your claim. Read on to find out if you’ve got what you need to win your case.
Sometimes dealing with insurance companies after an accident can be almost as bad — and maybe worse — than the accident was in the first place. But you don’t have to go in unequipped or by yourself. Here are our tips for dealing with an insurance company after an accident.
When you’re the victim of a personal injury, it’s understandable to want a resolution as soon as possible. After all, no one wants to be tied up in a lawsuit for an extended period of time. As you might have guessed, there are several factors that affect the length of a personal injury claim. Read on to learn about the personal injury claim process.
Birth Injury, Medical Negligence/Error, Emergency Room Error, Nursing home Abuse & Neglect, Medication or drug errors/mistakes, failure to diagnose – All words that reflect Medical Malpractice.
A premises liability accident that occur on another’s property due to negligence in maintaining and repairing hazardous areas of the property.
Just as you’re expected to know vehicle laws when you’re driving a car, you’re expected to know bicycling statues in your area when you’re on a bike.