Personal Injury Losses: Proving Your Damages In A Personal Injury Lawsuit

If you've been hurt in a car accident, you still have a long way to go before you have a successful personal injury lawsuit. While you may have sustained injuries, you must be able to prove the extent of your injuries. You must also be able to show that someone else was at fault for your injuries, and that you suffered losses because of your injuries. Just because an accident occurs, doesn't mean you have an automatic case. [Read More]

Infection After Surgery: Can You File A Malpractice Lawsuit?

Going through any surgery is difficult. It's even harder when you develop an infection during the healing process. If you've developed an infection after surgery, you may be considering filing a lawsuit against the doctor or hospital. Here's a closer look at some things you need to consider when deciding whether this is a good idea. Did someone's negligence contribute to the infection? There is a risk of infection with any surgery. [Read More]

The Simple Guide For Your Personal Injury Deposition

Once you place your personal injury case in the hands of an attorney, you can focus on healing from your injuries and getting your life back to normal. While this case is now mostly up to your lawyer, you will need to participate in an important meeting called a deposition, where you will be questioned by both your attorney and the at-fault side's attorney. As you might imagine, this can be a very stressful situation, so knowing some basic facts about depositions could help you to be better prepared. [Read More]

How To Handle Yourself In The Aftermath Of A Car Accident

The time right after a car accident is crucial. While your immediate concern should be your safety and then the safety of others involved in the accident, you also need to keep an eye on the future. What you say and do after an accident can have an impact on the success of your insurance claim or court case, so let prudence rule what you say and do. Who to Talk to [Read More]