Avoid A Personal Injury Case With These Three Boating Safety Tips

Boating is a great pastime, especially in the summer when the weather is warm, but it can also be dangerous if you are not careful. With 87.3 million Americans participating in recreational boating activities, it is essential you remain safe and practice safe boating techniques. If you plan on having passengers in the boat, you want to be especially careful or you could find yourself dealing with a personal injury lawsuit. Read More 

Understanding Pain And Suffering And How It Affects Your Personal Injury Case

One of the most complex parts of a personal injury case is the pain and suffering determination. Pain and suffering is an open-ended term that's easy to misunderstand. Unfortunately, this leaves many injury victims believing that they're entitled to money that the courts simply don't award. Here's a look at what you should know about pain and suffering and how it might apply to your case.  What Exactly Is Pain and Suffering? Read More 

Who Is Liable For Your Injuries If You’re Hit By An Automated Car?

Who is responsible when there's an accident with a self-driving car? Google's cars, which rack up thousands of miles every week taking pictures for Google's "street views," have been in a number of minor accidents over the years. So far, Google claims that the accidents are all the fault of human drivers on the road. But what if the driverless vehicle is at fault? What if you're the person injured in an accident with a partially or fully automated vehicle? Read More 

3 Common Types Of Personal Injury Suits

If you have been the victim of some form of harm or injury due to someone's gross negligence or reckless behavior, you may be able to file sue under the category of a personal injury suit. It can be confusing whether or not you can sue for such cases, however. This brief guide aims to rectify that by informing you of a few different occasions where you can sue a person under the category of a personal injury suit. Read More 

Craft A Demand Letter That Gets Results In Your Personal Injury Case

At some point after you're involved in an auto accident, you'll need to send the liable party a letter asking that person to pay your damages and losses. This is called a demand letter, and it's usually sent after you've determined how much the defendant owes you, but before you go to court or begin settlement negotiations. Generally, your attorney takes care of this task. If you haven't even talked with an attorney yet, you can learn more here. Read More