Defenses Against A Dog Bite Lawsuit

Are you currently facing a lawsuit or even a police investigation because your dog got worked up and bit someone? If so, you are obviously going to be interested in protecting your legal rights in addition to protecting your dog. To that end, you should consider hiring a dog bite lawyer to help with your defense. Your dog biting someone does not automatically make you and your dog guilty. There are a variety of scenarios where it can be proven that it wasn't the dog (or the owner's) fault. Read More 

Milestones Toward Recovery And Compensation

When a car accident has impacted you, getting your life back to some semblance of normal is the goal. No one likes to be without transportation, get behind on bills due to lost work, and suffer from physical and emotional injuries. As you begin to recover, you might want to view the personal injury process as a series of milestones along a pathway to compensation. Read on to find out more about several milestones to look forward to in your quest back to normal. Read More 

What To Do After Getting Injured In An Auto Accident

Auto accidents happen often and many find themselves in one at least once in their lifetimes. In 2013 alone, more than 2 million people were injured in an auto crash. The time after a crash can be hectic. Injuries can range from minor to life threatening. Medical bills and repair bills can also start to add up. For those who are injured in an accident sorting everything out can be stressful. Read More 

Steps For Including Psychological Damage In Your Personal Injury Case

There's often a component of emotional loss that comes with a personal injury, and many judges are willing to recognize this and reward it heavily in a successful personal injury trial. But since these injuries can be harder to prove than a physical injury, there are certain steps you should follow to make your claim work.  Step 1: Make Your Case Solid The emotional injury claim itself is not enough to prove your case. Read More 

Four Reasons Why The Death Of An Elderly Person Can Create A Wrongful Death Lawsuit

Often when people think of a wrongful death lawsuit they picture in their mind an auto accident or a defective consumer product, but one area that can result in wrongful death is with the elderly. The most common places that this will happen is in a hospital or retirement home. The following are four reasons why an elderly person can die wrongfully. They are given the wrong medication This can take place in both a hospital or a retirement home or any other place where the elderly are administered medication. Read More