Reclaiming Your Life after a Devastating Accident

  • 4 Basic Elements Of A Car Accident Case

    21 January 2019

    If you want to collect compensation from a person who caused a car accident you were involved in, there are four basic elements that must exist in order for you to do this. When these four elements exist, it may give you the right to sue the other driver for compensation, and here is an explanation of the top four elements that must be present to file a suit against someone.

  • When Harm Has Been Done

    22 October 2018

    Many people show little to no interest in things like civil law procedure until they become victims. You can thank our forefathers for creating laws that protect citizens from the harmful effects of careless or negligent actions. Those same laws protect both sides equally, however, and many victims run afoul of the statute of limitations. Read on to learn more about this rule and one major exception to know about.

  • Why Pedestrian Accident Claims Are Such Unique Cases

    19 September 2018

    Seeking compensation with the support of a pedestrian accident attorney may seem like a straightforward task, but the job is still very distinct within the field of personal injury law. For the individual who has been hit, or their loved one who has, the idea that a car struck a person can seem like a pretty cut and dry case. Proving civil liability, however, may get more involved than that.

  • How Can A Government Body Be Liable For An Auto Accident?

    6 August 2018

    Although government agencies typically have immunity from accident lawsuits, there are situations in which a government body may be held liable for its role in an accident. Here are some of those cases. Government Employee Causes an Accident One of the most obvious ways in which a government may be liable for your accident is if the accident is caused by a government employee. If that's the case, you need to prove that the government employee was on the clock at the time of the accident.

  • Don't Drive Recklessly Or You Could Lose Your Driver's License In A Medical Recall

    20 July 2018

    Being pulled over for reckless driving is more serious than many people believe. A reckless driving charge can result in hefty fines and points on your license. For some people, however, reckless driving can also result in the loss of their driving privileges. If a law enforcement officer believes that your reckless driving was caused by a medical condition, such as syncope or a seizure, he or she can have your license suspended on the spot with what is called a medical recall.

  • Vaping: Safe Or Hazardous?

    27 May 2018

    The debate about the merits of using a vaping device (or an e-cigarette) continues but there is no debating how popular vaping has become in recent years. Unfortunately, the nicotine question pales in comparison to the safety of these electronic smoking devices that take liquid and turn it into a vapor that is inhaled. The electronic working parts of a vape depend on a battery, and there are growing concerns about those battery's safety.

  • 3 Important Steps To Take After Suffering An On-The-Job Injury

    19 April 2018

    Job-related injuries can be frightening to deal with, especially if they're severe enough to put you out of work. If this has happened to you, you need to handle this accident with extreme care. Taking these steps can help you get through this ordeal correctly. Report Your Injury Immediately  If you're not in critical condition and thus don't need to be rushed to the ER, you need to report your injury.