Suing After A Bee Sting Attack

Have you asked your neighbor to get rid of the beehives on their house because the pests keep flying into your yard? Is your reason for fearing bees due to having an allergy that can put your life at risk if you get stung by one of them? If you were stung by one of the bees and went through a traumatizing experience as a result of it, suing your neighbor on a personal injury basis might be possible. Read More 

5 Tips To Prepare For Your Deposition

If you have a personal injury case, you may be required to undergo a deposition with the defense attorney. A deposition is a simple proceeding in which a defense attorney asks you questions in order to assess the case and prepare their defense. You may be required to undergo a deposition even if your case does not go to trial, as the defendant in your case may decide whether or not to offer an adequate settlement based on your deposition. Read More 

Dealing With Independently Contracted Drivers In Accidents

To meet the demands of holiday shoppers throughout the country, online retailers are now relying on independent drivers to tackle their deliveries. With strict timetables to follow and ambitious goals to make, it doesn't take much for a potentially overstressed or exhausted driver to make a dangerous mistake that results in a serious accident. If you're injured in an accident involving an independently contracted driver, the process of seeking fair compensation for your injuries and damages can be an uphill battle. Read More 

Depressed About Your Car Accident? Get Compensated

It's difficult to imagine just how disrupting a car accident can be until it happens to you. Pain and discomfort from the injuries you've suffered are to be expected but many also suffer in unexpected ways. Your mental health is just as much at risk as your physical condition might be so read to learn how to deal with this problem and how to be compensated for it. Don't Discount the Psychological Effects of the Accident Read More 

How Long Is A Personal Injury Case Likely To Take

One of the most common worries anyone working with a personal injury attorney is likely to have is wondering just how long the case will take. The process involves a lot of paperwork, and you'll want to make sure you've submitted everything in full detail before you sign off on a settlement. Given that you'll usually have no chance to seek further compensation, you'll probably want to know that all is on order, but it also can be challenging to watch bills pile up. Read More