How Head Injury Damages Are Calculated In Personal Injury Cases

If you have been in involved in an accident that was not your fault and are suffering from a head injury as a result, you are likely considering filing a personal injury suit. You are entitled to compensation, whether your head injury was minor or more severe, but the amount of compensation can vary greatly depending upon several of the below factors. To find out more about how head injury damages are computed, read on. Read More 

Medical Malpractice: How To Handle Negligence In The ER

Medical malpractice can occur in any medical or dental setting. It occurs when a medical professional, such as a nurse, doctor, or office administrator, is negligent and that leads to a more serious illness or injury. Medical malpractice can occur when you are in the ER, whether due to lack of service or poor care. Here are some things to know about medical malpractice cases in the ER. Who is liable for ER mishaps? Read More 

So, You’ve Been Struck By A Delivery Truck – Now What?

When you are driving down the road, and a delivery truck comes from out of nowhere crashing into you, you may feel like you have no way to make that driver pay. The driver probably doesn't even have the funds available to pay for damages if you were to sue him or her. However, there are other ways that you can sue when you've been hit by a delivery truck: Read More 

Sharing The Road With Big Trucks

The trucking industry is vitally important to the nation's commercial health. Currently, there are 1.9 million semi-trucks in the U.S. and 3.2 million truck drivers. Big truck accidents are on the rise, causing 3,921 fatalities and 104,000 injuries in 2014. The people in the smaller vehicles make up 78% percent of these fatalities. If you are a motorist, you need to learn how to share the road with these big rigs in order to stay safe. Read More 

Look Deeper Into Your VA Claim Denial

The Veterans Affairs (VA) disability compensation system can be difficult to deal with, and even harder to stand. With changing policies, sometimes confusing language and different opinions coming from multiple claims personnel, it's reasonable to understand why many veterans may become frustrated with the process. Whatever you do, don't give up; there is no cost or penalty to appealing, and with a few pieces of insight into the VA claim system you can reach victory--even if it's few a few percentages at a time. Read More