Emotional And Mental Impact Of Auto Accidents

If you have been injured in an auto accident, your claim should not just be about physical injuries. Your damages should include every loss you have suffered as a result of the accident, and this includes even your emotional and mental injuries. Here are some of the specific emotional and mental injuries you may suffer after an accident: Emotional Distress Emotional distress is characterized by intense upset feelings that may manifest themselves in various ways. Read More 

Bitten By a Dog? Be Sure You Know What To Do

A dog bite can happen suddenly and when you least expect it, and there are many things you'll need to do as soon as it happens. That is why it helps to know the steps to take if you are bitten by someone else's dog, since you'll likely be taking action against the owner due to your injury. Seek Out Medical Assistance The most important thing to do is put your personal health above any of your financial concerns. Read More 

When a Warning is Required on Products

There are products that should come with warnings from manufacturers or marketers, and an inadequate or missing warning can form a legal basis for an injury claim. For example, you may have a valid claim against a drug manufacturer if they didn't warn you about the side effects of their drug, and you have suffered the side effects. In general, a product should come with a warning if: The Product Is Dangerous Read More 

Nursing Home Abuse Is More Common Than You Think

If you're an adult who is fortunate to have one or both of your parents still with you, it can be a blessing, but it can also be difficult as you need to start making some tough decisions. If your elderly loved one has mobility limitations, or has been diagnosed with a terminal condition, it might be time to start looking at nursing homes. As you look for a good home for your parent to spend their last years, you need to be aware of the fact that nursing home abuse is more common than you probably realize. Read More 

4 Signs Of Nursing Home Neglect

If you have an elderly family member or friend who is in a nursing home, when you visit them, you need to pay close attention to their physical condition when you visit. This is especially important if you don't visit all the time. Nursing home neglect is a serious issue that a personal injury attorney can help you with if you suspect that your loved one is being abused in their nursing home. Read More