You’re Ready To Sue For A Personal Injury: Where Do You Start?

One of the first steps that you have to take in any personal injury suit is filing a claim and serving the defendant with a notice that they are being sued - or serve process on them. Here's why it's important and what you should know.  Defendants Have To Get A Fair Chance If you file a lawsuit against somebody in court, and he or she doesn't bother to answer the complaint, the court will often enter what's known as a default judgement against the defendant. Read More 

Losing A Spouse Due To A Negligent Physician: What A Lawyer Can Do

Do you feel like your life is over after your spouse passed away while a small surgical procedure was being performed? Unless there is a good medical reason why your spouse's surgical procedure ended in death, it is possible that malpractice was involved in the situation. Discover below the process of working with a medical malpractice lawyer on behalf of your spouse to sue a physician. What Happens at the Beginning of a Malpractice Case? Read More 

What To Know About Recorded Statements And Your Personal Injury Claim

If you have been injured as a result of someone else's negligence, you will likely be hearing from the other side's insurance adjuster sooner or later. You are somewhat wary of speaking about the accident to someone on the phone, but the caller seems very polite and asks you to give a recorded statement just as a "formality". You may be promised a settlement once you give a statement, which is a powerful impetus to comply with the request. Read More 

3 Reasons To Sue A Cruise Ship

Taking a vacation is supposed to be one of the most enjoyable times of the year. However, if you suffer from an illness while on board, you may have the grounds for filing a lawsuit. If you win your case, you could recover the expense for the trip and even some money for your pain and suffering. It's important to have the necessary evidence to do so and to know the reasons why you can sue a cruise line in this instance may be helpful. Read More 

Dogs and Cats and Other Critters: What You Should Know If Your Neighbor’s Pet Bites

If your neighbor's pet attacks you, can you sue for your injuries? The answer depends on what type of animal it is, the laws in your state, and whether you can prove that the animal really does belong to your neighbor. These are some things that you should know. Dog bite laws are the best defined. All states have some form of law on the books regarding dog bites, but the laws can vary quite a bit, which makes the circumstances of your case important. Read More