You might not think that you need an auto accident lawyer to process an auto accident claim. Some straightforward cases proceed and conclude satisfactorily for accident victims without lawyer involvement. However, there are many cases where it's best to have a lawyer working for you from the start. Below are such cases. Serious Damages, Injuries, or Fatality You need a lawyer working for you if you stand to lose a lot should the case go wrong.
23 October 2019
It is very important for you to make sure that you understand what to do and say in the event that a dog bites you or someone else in your family. Knowing what to do can make all the difference in how the situation is handled should you need to take legal action. Here are some of the things that you are going to want to keep in mind: Never Admit Fault
27 August 2019
When you get injured because of the negligence or fault of another party, a potential defendant may be quick to try and settle your case. If you are hurt at a hotel, for example, they may offer you a free hotel room at a future visit in exchange for your signature promising not to sue further. Getting injured at the fault of someone else gives you the right to file a personal injury lawsuit.
30 May 2019
There is a reason why you have to sign a liability waiver when you go to a trampoline park before you are permitted to jump on the trampolines. While jumping on the trampolines is a ton of fun, the activity can also be relatively dangerous. If you or someone you know was injured while jumping on a trampoline, you may be curious if you can pursue a personal injury lawsuit. It is important to understand that each person's situation is different; therefore, it is important that you speak to a personal injury attorney to discuss the specifics of your individual case.
24 April 2019
The way the laws are set up in your state play a role in how you can and should proceed with an accident claim after you experience a car accident. There are three main types of fault systems used, and you will need to find out the type of system used in your state before you initiate pursuing a car accident settlement. The three main types are pure contributory negligence, comparative fault, and modified comparative fault, and here is an explanation of each type and how it might affect your car accident case.
18 March 2019
Reaching for a pencil and piece of paper might not be your first instinct upon being in an automotive collision, but having the means to do so could be a critical way to help the difficult situation in which you find yourself. Taking a few minutes to sketch the car accident scene can make it easier to remember in the weeks and months ahead, and can serve as crucial evidence in the legal battle in which you might soon be embroiled.
3 February 2019