Types of Personal Injury Claims

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What If My Car Was Damaged by a Pothole?
You've hit a pothole and your car has sustained tire and wheel damage. Whether you have any recourse depends on a handful of key factors. ... READ MORE

What are the Most Common Car Accident Injuries?
Thousands of people are hurt in car accidents every year, but certain kinds of injuries seem to show up more than others. ... READ MORE

Seamen's Remedies For Maritime Injuries
Injured or sick seamen can get compensation from their employers through a federal law called the Jones Act. ... READ MORE

Making a Longshore Harbor Workers' Compensation Act Claim
An on-the-job injury suffered by a non-seaman maritime worker is covered by the LHWCA, a federal statutory scheme similar to workers' compensation. ... READ MORE

What is a Third Party Car Insurance Claim?
After a car accident, instead of filing a claim with your own insurance company, it might make sense to file a claim directly with the at-fault driver's carrier. ... READ MORE

Who Is Liable for a Balcony Collapse?
When a balcony or deck collapses, injuries and damage are typically obvious, but the same can't always be said for legal responsibility. ... READ MORE

Can I Sue for Assault While the Criminal Case is Ongoing?
A look at the interplay between civil and criminal assault procedures, and when you can (and should) file a lawsuit against your assailant. ... READ MORE

What If the Auto Shop's Negligent Repair Work Caused My Accident?
Negligent auto repairs and maintenance can lead to a car accident, but it can be an uphill battle to hold the shop liable for damages after a crash. ... READ MORE

Types of Car Insurance Coverage
Confused by your car insurance coverage options? You've come to the right place. ... READ MORE

Can a Private Seller Be Liable for a Car Accident?
The private sale of a vehicle carries risks for both the buyer and seller, especially if a problem with the vehicle renders it unsafe. ... READ MORE


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You should retain counsel immediatly, and refrain from speaking with an adjuster   Steve   licensed in Texas and Florida

Unfortunately, this falls into the assumption of risk category along with self inflicted/comparative negligence issues. Absent some catastrophic injury, like blindness or substantial surgical interven ...Read more

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Halloween Party: Social Host Liability WA State

Halloween parties are a popular way to celebrate the holiday; it’s an excuse to dress up and get together with friends. Hosts decide how to decorate their home, what food and beverages to serve ... Read more

Premises Liability: Decorate Yard for Halloween

Halloween decorations are a great part of the fun of celebrating the holiday. Kids and adults alike delight in the houses that put in the effort to transform their yards into a spooky graveyard or hau ... Read more

Breaking Down the Steps of a Personal Injury Trial

While 95 percent of U.S. personal injury cases are settled in the pre-trial phase, for those with a case that will move to trial it is good to understand how a personal injury trial works. Personal in ... Read more

What is the Purpose of a Personal Injury Trial?

When a person is seriously injured through no fault of their own, they do not suddenly become experts in personal injury cases. Their personal injury lawyer handles the phases of a personal injury cla ... Read more

Can You Sue for a Dog Bite in California?

Across the country, there are basically two approaches to dog bite cases. The first is a dog-friendly negligence standard, which states that unless an owner knew or should have known that the dog was ... Read more

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