Several Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Myths That May Mislead Victims

When it comes to personal injury claims, people will often assume that this is limited to car wrecks, slip and falls as well as other routine accidents. However, it is a reality that individuals can also suffer serious injury if their doctor is negligent in the admission of their treatment. Yet, misinformation regarding medical malpractice can lead individuals to avoid taking action when they have been a victim of this type of negligence. Read More 

Turning The Wheels On Common Misconceptions About Auto Accident Cases

Auto accidents are an expected risk that come along with being a regular driver. Most individuals will have at least three or four auto accidents throughout their lifetime. However, most drivers expect certain things to happen when they are involved in an accident. For example, you may expect that your insurance will kick in and fully pay for your damages. Unfortunately, where auto accidents are concerned, things don't always go as expected. Read More 

Protecting Yourself And Your Rights After A Car Accident

When you are involved in a car accident, even a minor one, there are things that you will need to deal with and costs that will have to be covered. Sometimes it is hard to determine who is at fault and where those bills should go. If you truly believe you are not at fault and the accident report does not clearly define the fault or cause of the accident, hiring a car accidents lawyer to help sort it all out might be the best solution. Read More 

Workers Compensation And How You Should Protect Your Rights

If you are ever injured in your workplace, you may know that your employer offers workers' compensation insurance. However, you may know little about this benefit and how it works. Here is some information about workers' comp and what you should do to protect your rights when you are injured on the job: What does workers' compensation actually pay for? Workers' compensation insurance helps cover the cost of your medical expenses when you incur an on-the-job injury. Read More 

Frequently Asked Questions About The Statute Of Limitations And Wrongful Death Cases

If your child, parent, partner or spouse passed away, and you feel someone caused their death, you may be able to file a wrongful death lawsuit against the responsible parties. If this is something you are considering, you need to know about the statute of limitations. Many people are not familiar with this term. However, it plays a huge role in your ability to file a claim. Here are a few of the questions you may have in regards to the statute of limitations and wrongful death cases. Read More