Injured In A Rear-End Auto Accident? Know The Value Of Your Case

Posted on: 19 May 2020

Did another driver hit your vehicle from behind and cause you to suffer an injury? If so, you may be wondering about the value of your case and if you will be able to receive compensation. Here are some things to consider about your case to know the value of it.  Liability One of the reasons that injury lawyers like to take on auto accident cases where the victim is rear-ended is because it is typically very easy to prove liability.
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A Lawsuit Might Be Necessary After A Passenger Injury On A Motorcycle

Posted on: 12 May 2020

Both the driver and the passenger on a motorcycle are very likely to suffer severe injuries as a result of an accident. The motorcycle does not come with the same safety features as a car, and the smaller size of the motorcycle makes it less noticeable. If you are a passenger and the motorcycle operator was driving in a negligent manner, you may be able to recover damages from the driver.
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Not My Fault: What To Know About Auto Accident Fault

Posted on: 30 April 2020

Once the dust settles, most of those involved in a vehicle accident will wonder about what and who caused the accident. If you've been hurt, that question takes on even more meaning. Whether fault is clear from the beginning or has to be determined after a lot of investigation, it plays a large role in how much money you will receive in an accident settlement. Read on for further exploration of fault.
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Seeking Compensation For Birth Defects Due To Food Poisoning

Posted on: 28 April 2020

Food poisoning can lead to mild, moderate, or severe symptoms. In some cases, food poisoning can even be fatal. However, if you are pregnant, even food poisoning with mild symptoms can lead to severe health problems. One particular form of food poisoning that is very dangerous to a fetus is listeria. If your child experiences birth defects due to food poisoning, you may be entitled to compensation.  Birth Defects Caused By Food Poisoning
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