What To Do When You're Injured Overseas

Drowning is the #1 cause of injuries for Americans abroad, but several Americans are also injured by crime, boating accidents, and car accidents. Becoming injured while on vacation in another country can be very frustrating. You are in an unfamiliar environment and your injury will bring the fun you were having to a halt. Even worse is when your injury was the result of a tourist car accident. Then, you'll need to navigate international legal waters when seeking the compensation you deserve.   Read More...

Top Reasons Why You May Be Found Liable For Your Truck Accident

Truck drivers are held to higher standards than those operating passenger vehicles. However, there are some actions you can take as a passenger that can lead to a dangerous or even deadly accident. Making these mistakes will reduce the odds that you will win your truck accident case.  Reckless Actions By Passenger Car Drivers Do not follow trucks too closely. Because of their size, if you collide with the truck, the vehicle will not have as much give.   Read More...

Essential Information For Personal Injury Accident Victims

Personal injury lawsuits can be among the more common types of cases that attorneys will be asked to represent. While these cases can be common, victims of personal injury cases can underestimate their options for pursuing justice due to being misled by some frequent beliefs. Myth: You Must File A Personal Injury Lawsuit Immediately After Suffering An Accident Personal injury victims will often drastically underestimate the amount of time that they have available to decide to pursue a lawsuit.   Read More...

Big Name Attorney Or Small Firm? A Pros And Cons List

Surely you have seen them: giant billboards of famous auto accident attorneys, promising you big money on your case. Are they real though? Can you trust them? If you do choose to get an attorney, should you go with a big name or a small law firm?  Millions of Americans go to court each year for car accident cases, and around 64% win their cases. In large part, this is due to getting legal help from a professional.   Read More...

Reasons Why Your Workers' Compensation Claim May Be Denied

If you filed for workers' compensation, it is likely because there is at least one component of your claim that has been denied. This doesn't mean you'll not be able to receive workers' compensation since your next step is to appeal the denial of your claim and have your case heard by a judge. Here are some common reasons why workers' compensation can be denied so that you can be prepared for a potential result of your filing.   Read More...