Picture this: You're stepping outside your apartment on a frosty morning, and before you know it, your feet are swept out from under you. The culprit? An icy patch you didn't see. The aftermath? A painful injury and a whole lot of stress.
Car accidents can cause challenges in a variety of ways, from physical injuries to damage to your vehicle or legal issues arising over who was at fault for the crash. One device that has increased in popularity in recent years can be used to provide beneficial information about your accident—a dashcam.
If you’ve been in a car accident, you are probably emotionally exhausted, and you might very well be physically injured. Speaking to insurance companies—or anyone who is investigating the accident—can not only add stress to your situation but can jeopardize your chances of having your personal injury claim accepted.
Slip and fall accidents are common when weather conditions are wet and icy.
When it comes to maintaining the safety of public areas, such as parking lots or sidewalks, the property owner has a duty to exercise reasonable care.
If you’re injured in a ride-sharing vehicle, such as Uber or Lyft, you have a right to get compensation for your injuries and other damages.
Financial responsibility typically falls on the insurance company of the at-fault driver, which may be the ride-sharing company’s driver or another driver involved in the accident who caused the crash.
When a serious injury or even death results from a misdiagnosed condition, there are several parties that can be held liable. This includes doctors, radiologists, nurses, and pharmacists as potentially responsible parties.