Protecting Yourself Legally By Hiring A Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

When motorists are involved in wrecks with motorcycle riders, they are often eager to blame the person on the cycle rather than themselves. In fact, they may even wrongfully assume that the police will listen to them and believe it when they say that the cycle rider was riding too fast, weaving in and out of lanes, or engaging in other risky riding behaviors. However, as someone who rides a motorcycle frequently, you do not have to take the brunt of wrongful accusations and accept blame for a wreck that you did not cause. Read More 

Filing A Birth Defect Claim When A Child Is Born With Down Syndrome

Parents put a great deal of trust and confidence into the hands of the healthcare workers in charge of their care during pregnancy and birth. For this reason, someone has to be held accountable when families discover that their physician may have been negligent in their efforts.  One such incidence is when a physician fails to diagnose Down syndrome before birth. A child born with Down syndrome is not a hardship, but it is a scenario in which parents deserved to be forewarned so that they could plan accordingly. Read More 

Car Accidents and the Initial Investigation

When the worst happens and you are involved in a car accident, you may be unaware of what is happening at the scene. Several things may be occurring at once and what looks like chaos to you is really the amazing work of first responders doing their jobs to protect you and others. While you are being whisked off to the hospital, the accident scene is being cleared and there is an investigation being initiated. Read More 

When Embarrassment Becomes A Personal Injury

With social media so prevalent in the lives of nearly everyone, the issues many label as "private" may be diminishing. When it comes down to it, the information a person considers private depends on the individual. It may be more common than ever before to post intimate information online, but people are still in charge of what they hold most private and personal. Read on to find out more about what can happen when embarrassment becomes a personal injury issue. Read More 

Leave The Judge Out Of It: Taking Alternative Personal Injury Actions

When an injury occurs as a result of another person's negligence or carelessness, your first thought might be to file a lawsuit. This way of resolving matters, however, may not be the best one. Taking personal injury cases to court should be the last resort and not the first action taken. Court means time and more money spent and there are better ways to be paid for your injuries. Read on to find out about some moves to make that avoids court altogether. Read More