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Nobody gets up in the morning suspecting that they are going to be in an accident that day. But there are a number of things everyone should know about what to do if the unforeseen does happen and they are involved in an accident on the road, in the workplace, or on another person's or government's property.Consult a Sterling Heights injury lawyer
Anything you say to an insurance adjustor could potentially be used by the insurance company... Read More
Tort Reform in Tennessee
April 22, 2011
By Joy Day-
Governor Bill Haslam’s bill to limit lawsuit damages in Tennessee has passed a key House panel. Haslam’s bill was approved by the House Judiciary... Read More
A report issued by the Group Transportation for America contends that pedestrian deaths and accidents are becoming an epidemic in America, partly due to the neglect of public safety on our roadways and sidewalks. The report can be seen here: http://t4america.org/docs/dbd2 011/Dangerous-by-Design-2011.pdf. The report, entitled... Read More
I told my son, "Yes, grasshopper, it's time for you to go."
For those of you old enough to remember the '70s series, "Kung Fu," you'll know what I mean.
It's the season of high school graduations. This time I'm involved, because my son is walking across the stage in two days. For an 18-year-old, 18 years is a lifetime. For his dad, 18 years just went by too darn fast. But, yes, it's time for him to go.
For the graduates, much of... Read More
Some consumers are confused by the difference between a Worker's Comp claim, and a personal injury claim. This can be particularly confusing if you are injured on the job. For the most part, if you are injured on the job, your employer is obligated to provide Workers comp benefits, including medical care and treatment. This is the only relief that most employee's are entitled to. However, if your work injury is related to... Read More