Two Reasons You May Want To Have Your Case Heard In Another State


If you're involved in a motorcycle accident in an area you're visiting or the defendant in the case resides in another jurisdiction, you may have a choice between two states where your case can be heard. While your resident state may be more convenient, here are two reasons it may be better to have your lawsuit transferred to another jurisdiction. More Favorable Laws Possibly the best reason you'd want to transfer the lawsuit to another state is the laws are more favorable in that jurisdiction.

22 March 2017

On Tainted Ground: Contamination Suits And You


Regardless of where you live, you have the right to reside in a home that promotes safety and good health. In some cases, however, you make that momentous home purchase or rent a home that is contaminated in some manner. You should understand that your ability to be compensated for your damages depends on many different factors, and that even though you can prove that harm as been done, knowing who is responsible for doing that harm can be a complex issue.

15 March 2017

3 Ways To Maximize Your Personal Injury Compensation After An Accident


Recovering from a serious accident can prove costly, whether it's the cost of replacing damaged property or the medical costs associated with your physical and/or mental injuries. So it makes sense to seek the biggest monetary award or settlement possible. Fortunately, there are ways you can ensure that you receive the largest possible compensation for your personal injury in the aftermath of your accident. Take Your Medical Treatment Seriously Much of your personal injury compensation will ride on the severity of your injuries and the amount of treatment needed for a successful recovery.

13 March 2017

The Importance Of Statute Of Limitations In Your Birth Injury Case


Dealing with the aftermath of a birth injury can be a traumatic experience for many parents. Unfortunately, many parents inadvertently lose the right to pursue medical malpractice actions due to the statute of limitations for their case. If your child recently suffered an injury at birth, it's important to understand how the statute of limitations can affect your birth injury claim. Why You Can't Afford to Wait Time is always of the essence when it comes to any medical malpractice claim.

3 February 2017