A car accident can cause car damage, liability issues, traffic citations, injuries, and in some cases death. There are things you can do to protect yourself though, including working with a personal injury attorney.
You’ve seen ads on TV, posters on the sides of buses or bus stops, and maybe have even received ads in the mail for personal injury attorneys.
When an accident occurs it can be hard to understand exactly what occurred. The accident needs to be reconstructed by investigators in order to get a full understanding.
Almost 1.4 million Americans sustain a traumatic brain injury (TBI) each year and most of them do not know how to file a TBI lawsuit to protect themselves after those TBIs.
Two Forms of Wrongful Death Claim There are two forms a wrongful death claim can take: negligence, or intention. This means either the victim died as the result of a negligent act of the defendant.
The Arizona Department of Public Safety has vowed to renew its enforcement of distracted driving laws. With this new initiative, the goal is to focus on violations such as speeding, following another vehicle too closely, and failing to use turn signals when changing lanes.
If you are involved in a personal injury case, you’ll want to know what happens during a pretrial and trial, should your case need to go to trial.
After suffering a personal injury, you’ll want to know what options are available. Below we’ll discuss an average timeline of a personal injury case, as well as provide some insight into why you should consider working with a personal injury attorney.