Been In A Car Accident? 4 Things You Need To Discuss With Your Attorney Right Away

If you've been injured in a car accident, one of the first things you need to do is hire an attorney. As soon as you submit a claim to the insurance company, they'll assign the case to a team of investigators. Their job will be to reduce as much of their liability as possible, which is why you need to hire your own attorney. Once you hire an attorney, you'll need to provide them with as much information as you can. Read More 

Filing A Wrongful Death Claim As A Surviving Heir

A wrongful death claim is one that occurs when a defendant has caused the death of another person either on purpose or through their own negligence. It is a type of personal injury lawsuit, but since the injured party is deceased, the estate of the victim is allowed to file the claim instead. A wrongful death claim becomes part of the estate of the deceased and is filed as a way to provide compensation to survivors of the victim. Read More 

Do You Suspect Your OB/GYN Made A Mistake Causing A Birth Defect? What To Do

Having a baby born with a birth defect can be surprising and troubling at first. That is even more the case when you suspect that your OB/GYN physician contributed to the problem through bad advice or some kind of malpractice during your pregnancy or delivery. You might be thinking of taking legal action against them; if so, do these things. Know Which Situations Could Be Actionable It's easy to lay blame at the physician's feet for anything that doesn't go as planned. Read More 

Head Injury Accidents And Personal Injury Cases

Accidents that involve head injuries can be traumatic and complicated, and if the accident was not your fault you may well be considering filing a personal injury case against the at-fault party. The available compensation from head injury cases can vary greatly, depending on the level of damage to the brain, the age of the victim, and more. Read on to learn more about how head injury cases are handled by personal injury suits. Read More 

So Now What? What To Do After You’ve Been Awarded Worker’s Compensation

You've been injured on the job, and after possibly months of trying to get compensation for your injury and lost time, you've finally done it. But now what do you do? Obviously, healing should be at the top of your list, but as you do that, what should you do about your job and your benefits? If you aren't limited to going on permanent disability, take a look at your job, the conditions that led to your being injured, and your doctor's advice about your abilities to decide where to go once you can start to resume a regular life. Read More