Is There a Way to Defeat a Mandatory Arbitration Agreement?
12 January 2016
Most companies are wise to the fact that if they make a mistake that causes injuries or losses to other people, they could be on the hook for thousands or even millions of dollars in damages. In an effort to minimize the cost of litigation, more and more companies are requiring customers and employees to agree to arbitration clauses that essentially eliminates a person's right to file a lawsuit against the company.
How Does A Preexisting Injury Affect Your Personal Injury Claims?
16 December 2015
You might not think that an old injury from an accident years earlier could come back to haunt you. However, it could play a major role in determining the outcome of your current personal injury case. Depending on their nature, preexisting injuries could be a blessing or a curse when it comes to your case.
It Could Limit Your Recoverable Damages
In an effort to minimize recoverable damages, insurance companies may argue that the pain and suffering caused by an injury sustained during a current accident is actually linked to a preexisting condition.
4 Proactive Ways Motrocycle Accident Victims Can Manage Settlement Cases
1 December 2015
When you're riding a motorcycle and a crash occurs, many people assume that the motorcycle rider is at fault. This is not always the case as many times the accident occurs when other vehicles are not aware of the motorcycle on the road. A biker is exposed to more elements, creating the potential for more serious injuries. If you've been involved in a motorcycle accident as a biker, then you should seek an attorney for legal help.
Understanding The Various Stages Of A Personal Injury Lawsuit
28 October 2015
When you experience a personal injury, you are already under enough stress dealing with the pain of your injuries and the mounting medical expenses. The last thing you need is to stress over the process of a personal injury lawsuit. Fortunately, understanding the various stages of a lawsuit can help alleviate stress and anxiety associated with the process.
Meeting Your Lawyer
The first and most important step you can take after receiving an injury and being seen by a physician is to contact a personal injury lawyer.