Navigating A Multi-Vehicle Accident Claim
11 September 2019
An automobile accident can be physically, emotionally, and financially difficult. However, an automobile accident involving multiple vehicles can be even more overwhelming. Managing after an accident involving just you and another vehicle can be stressful enough, but navigating the process of filing claims if multiple vehicles were involved requires even more professional care. With this guide, you will understand multiple vehicle accidents and the process of filing claims for damages or injuries.
Suing For An STD: When You're The Victim Of An Intimate Partner's Negligence
6 May 2019
There are some sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) that are hard to detect. If you've recently been diagnosed with an STD, there's always the possibility that your intimate partner didn't know that he or she had any kind of infection that could be transferred.
Then again, it's also a possibility that he or she knew about the STD and purposefully didn't warn you because of fear that you'd reject his or her advances.
Three Types Of Personal Injury Claims That Involve Prescription Medications
6 May 2019
Not every personal injury case that involves prescription medications is the same. Prescription medications can be harmful and cause you injury in different ways. Here are three different types of personal injury claims that involve prescription medications that can occur.
Improper Dosing Claims
One of the types of personal injury claims that involve prescription medications is improper dosing claims. In some cases, a doctor, nurse, or physician assistant may miscalculate the dosage of the medication they are prescribing for you.
5 Defenses Against Personal Injury Claims
9 April 2019
The prospect of being held liable for injuries another person suffered can be daunting. There are, however, several ways a defendant might be able to refute a claim. A personal injury defense attorney can present one of these 5 arguments on behalf of a client.
Not everyone has a right to sue. To have standing to pursue a claim, a party either has to be directly injured or closely related to the victim, such as a dependent child, parent, or a spouse.