What Are Slip And Fall Accidents And Why Do They Happen?

Posted on: 14 February 2017

A slip and fall accident is a type of personal injury case that occurs when a person trips and falls on someone else's property. The owner of a property, whether it's a grocery store or house, is expected to keep the premises reasonably safe for other people. If the property owner fails to do this and another person gets hurt, he or she may be held legally responsible. Common Causes of Slip and Fall Accidents
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7 Myths And Misconceptions About Personal Injury Cases

Posted on: 10 February 2017

Despite how litigious American society has become, personal injury is actually a very serious scenario with potentially devastating consequences for the people harmed. Therefore, it's important to separate fact from fiction in order to understand how the law may actually apply to you when you need it most. 1. Personal Injury Cases Are All Frivolous While you may read about the most nonsensical suits, simply because they don't really seem sensible, most cases are legitimate instances where someone was hurt due to the fault of someone else.
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Important Truck Driver Regulations To Follow

Posted on: 18 May 2016

If you have recently decided to expand your job prospects by getting your commercial driver's license, then you probably want to start driving a semi truck and hauling loads soon. As a new truck driver, you should understand that safety needs to be your first concern. Overall, professional truck drivers are considered quite safe since they only cause 3% of all vehicle accidents. However, a large and heavy truck is more likely to cause a serious injury or a death when an accident does occur.
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Handyman Suing You For Their Electrical Injuries? Let A Personal Injury Attorney Defend You

Posted on: 6 April 2016

If the handyman you hire to work on your home's electrical problems sues you for the electrical injuries they sustain during the project because they say your home is unsafe, hire a personal injury attorney to represent your side of the case. Although personal injury attorneys represent plaintiffs, or people who receive injuries, the attorneys may also help individuals, or defendants, accused of the creating or causing the other parties' injuries. An attorney may obtain the evidence you need to clear your good name by asking many important questions about the plaintiff, including these below.
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