Why Negotiating A Malpractice Settlement Is Difficult

Medical malpractice cases can be very difficult to handle. The majority of medical malpractice cases end with the plaintiff failing to receive a settlement. For this reason, it's a good idea to try to handle medical malpractice cases with the help of a medical malpractice attorney. You do not want to feel that you're in over your head when trying to negotiate your settlement. Essential Elements of a Medical Malpractice Case Read More 

3 Simple Guidelines To Help Speed Up Your Workers’ Compensation Settlement

Most employers set up a workers' compensation scheme to make sure that, if their employees get hurt in the line of work, they are covered for the injuries, the medical costs, and the time they will have to take off work. However, the employee also has a role to play in ensuring that injuries at the workplace don't bring unnecessary complications to their lives. If you have been hurt, you need to follow proper procedures to claim the benefits. Read More 

Backing A Delivery Truck Out Onto A Sidewalk May Present Risks

Truck accidents happen on highways with alarming frequency. Some accidents even end in fatalities. Don't think that a truck must travel at 70 MPH on a winding road to represent a danger. Even a slow-moving truck that backs out of a driveway presents hazards. Many trucks performing deliveries in city areas find themselves pulling into and back out of alleys and driveways. They must do so carefully to avoid hitting pedestrians, people on bicycles, and others. Read More 

Frequently Asked Questions About Auto Accident Cases

For all too many people, auto accidents lead to serious injuries. These injuries can be financially and physically debilitating, leading to serious consequences. Auto accident personal injuries lead to a variety of concerns. If you are pursuing a personal injury case after an auto accident, you are not alone. These are some of the questions you may have. What Causes Auto Accidents? Auto accidents are caused by a variety of conditions and situations, including distracted, aggressive, and reckless driving. Read More 

When Should You Settle Your Car Accident Claim?

If you've been injured in an accident, you might think that the next step is going to court to get what you're owed. While it's certainly possible for a personal injury claim to end up in a dramatic courtroom trial as you'd see on TV, most cases settle before they get to that point. Here's how you should decide whether you should settle. Can You Pay Your Bills? After a car accident, you might have medical bills and car repair bills piling up plus other normal bills that you could fall behind on if you're having to miss work and not getting paid. Read More