Why Slip And Fall Cases Are Challenging

19 December 2017
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When it comes to slip and fall situations, serious injuries can result. However, it's a bit hazy as to determining who is truly at fault in the situation. After all, the person who slipped and fell more than likely wasn't pushed by another person, but slipped and fell on their own. This doesn't always mean that they are at complete fault, though. Here are some specific reasons as to why it's difficult to prove who actually is: Read More 

Documentation You May Need To Maximize Your Injury Claim

3 December 2017
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Getting your documents in order is the first step to maximizing your personal injury claim. Here are the specific documents you may need: Photos of the Injury and Damage One of the most important things during a personal injury claim is to prove that you are not lying or exaggerating your injuries. A good way to do this is to take pictures of the accident scene and your injuries and present them to the insurance adjuster or court. Read More 

Four Things To Know About Going To Court

13 November 2017
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If you have suffered an injury due to the fault of another person, you may be thinking that you have to go to court. However, this isn't always going to be the case. In fact, a majority of these cases are handled through a settlement between your attorney and the insurance company. There are cases, though, where the court process is involved. Here are four things you should know about this: Read More 

What Financials Matter In A Personal Injury Claim?

5 October 2017
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Whether you're considering a settlement or haven't gone to court yet, understanding the true cost of an injury can be a challenge. There are so many things to consider beyond adding more zeroes to the payout, and although there are sizable payouts in the millions that would be worth most people's time to take it and run, many settlements don't come anywhere close. Even if you're the confirmed victim and the other side admits fault, you'll need to prepare a reasonable settlement amount along with your wishful thinking, and a few of these financial points can help you figure out how to bring that number together. Read More 

Nursing Home Disasters: What To Do When Death Follows A Fall

19 September 2017
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Nursing homes are supposed to help the elderly and infirm get well, stay well, and maintain some standard of living that is worth living. When you put your elderly parents in a nursing home, you expect them to be taken care of. Unfortunately, there are always a couple of bad apples in the bunch. If your mother or father recently died, and he or she died after afall on the nursing home property, you may have a lawsuit. Read More