Slip and fall accident lawyers are available for premises liability cases. When guests or visitors, clients or customers, by no fault of their own, are injured in a fall due to negligent property maintenance by a property owner, victims are entitled to receive compensation. Slip and fall accidents can happen on the porch of a friend’s house or in the aisle of your local pharmacy. Accidents do happen and they happen somewhat regularly. The question of liability in the event of a fall—determining who is responsible for the injured party’s injuries—is the main reason victims should meet with an accident lawyer after a fall. (more…)
For passengers, it’s important to know what to do if you are ever involved in an Uber car accident. What recourse do you have if it should happen? It’s something few think of when they pull their smartphone out on Saturday night to hail a driver. Within a matter of minutes, that driver appears, greetings are exchanged, and you and your party enter the car, and head home. It’s that easy—most of the time. (more…)
An experienced personal injury attorney is the best way to ensure you will be fully compensated for any injuries sustained as a result of someone else’s negligence. It’s unfortunate, but accidents that lead to personal injuries caused by others through no fault of your own do happen. It can be life-altering. Accidents can occur at work, while shopping, in a vehicle, through a defective product, incompetence, or hazardous property conditions—and result in a personal injury. By every right and by law, you’re entitled to be awarded the compensation you deserve. (more…)
Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) can happen to anyone, from an internationally acclaimed author to the President of the United States. Learn more about TBI and some of the famous people who have experienced brain trauma below. If you are in need of a traumatic brain injury lawyer that will fight for you, contact us today!
If your Uber or Lyft car has ever rolled up with a roving camera on the roof, you may have felt a twinge of excitement (or fear) at your first chance of riding in an autonomous vehicle. But while consumers have their eyes trained on self-driving cars, company owners are looking forward to a future of self-driving commercial trucks that could increase fuel efficiency and boost their profits. (more…)
Audiences have been captivated by courtroom dramas for hundreds of years. While the real-life legal system can be filled with long waiting periods and less-than-exciting minutiae, court portrayals on the printed page and big screen allow readers and viewers to skip the monotony and get straight to the gripping drama. These dramatized stories often revolve around either the restoration of justice to a corrupt world or an otherwise upstanding professional succumbing to their own moral shortcomings under the pressure of the case.
See who these popular lawyers in fiction are by clicking on the slide show below or by Downloading this presentation here.
Every profession has its jargon. A doctor may need something “stat,” a boxer may be “on the ropes” and a computer scientist may espouse that “A.I.” will take over the world!
In a court of law, you may even hear a lawyer say “ignorantia juris non excusat.”
… Come again? (more…)
For many homeowners, a house isn’t a home without a dog. Although you may be ready to find Fido at your nearest breeder or shelter, you should always remain aware of breeds that may cause financial headaches down the line. The dog you choose may be the sweetest animal in the world, but some insurance companies will hold your pet’s breed against them, potentially refusing to provide home or renter’s insurance coverage for households with dogs of a particular breed. Familiarize yourself with the most commonly blacklisted breeds before committing to a dog to make sure your insurance coverage remains intact. (more…)
Distracted driving is one of the leading causes of auto accidents, and the top culprit behind it all is cell phone use while behind the wheel. A study conducted by driving analytics company Zendrive found a staggering 88 percent of drivers use their phones while driving. The study found drivers spent 3.5 minutes on their phones per hour of travel time, which may not sound too terrible, but stats show that two-second distractions can increase the risk of a crash as much as 20 percent. (more…)
Automated vehicles are a thrilling invention that could change transportation forever. There is, however, a fundamental question haunting personal injury attorneys. Who is liable for injuries or property damage resulting from autonomous vehicle accidents? The answer? It’s complicated. Check out the infographic below for more information.