Suffering from an Illness or Injury? Find Out If a Personal-Injury Case Is Right for You

Posted on: 9 November 2016
When you have suffered an illness or an injury, no matter what the circumstances, you may find yourself not only wondering how it happened or how you will get treatment to overcome it but also whether or not there is any need for you to pursue a personal-injury case or lawsuit. Before you make the decision one way or the other about contacting a personal-injury attorney in your area, you will want to get to know some of the factors to consider when making your decision.
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2 Mistakes People Make When Preparing For A Personal Injury Lawsuit

Posted on: 7 November 2016
If you have been in a car accident and are considering filing a personal injury lawsuit, it is important that you know what steps you should take. Many people make critical mistakes when it comes to filing a lawsuit, and because of it they either lose their chance to file the lawsuit or get drastically less in the settlement. Here are some mistakes that people make when preparing for their lawsuit.
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4 Steps To Take After An Auto Accident Involving A Semi Truck

Posted on: 1 November 2016
Any car accident is scary, but being involved in a car accident with a semi truck can be especially traumatic. The difference in size often makes a car accident involving a semi truck very serious, and when you're not at fault how you react after the accident can make a big difference in your settlement from the semi truck company's insurance company. If you're involved in a car accident with a semi truck, take the following steps:
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Guarding Against Liability If You Own A Vicious Dog

Posted on: 29 October 2016
Being a dog owner comes with a lot of responsibilities, especially if your dog could be deemed as "vicious." According to the law, a dog's breed doesn't define whether or not it is considered vicious, but rather its actions. If your dog has shown signs of aggression toward people, you need to take special precautions to ensure that you don't become legally liable for any injuries your dog might cause in the event of an accident.
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