3 Tips For Taking Immediate Action After A Car Accident If You Suspect Whiplash
11 April 2016
If you were in a car accident in which you were hit by another vehicle, you may start experiencing immediate tightness, burning or pain in your neck, especially if it was jerked suddenly on impact. If so, you may have suffered whiplash. If so, use the three tips below for taking immediate action for receiving medical treatment and documenting the injury, especially if the accident was caused by the other driver.
4 Financial Impacts A Car Crash May Have On Hiking Enthusiasts
8 April 2016
The injuries that occur during a car accident often affect work and daily life, but they can also have a huge impact on any hobbies that you actively participate in. If you're a hiking enthusiast, a car crash injury may not only impact your ability to go hiking, but it could result in some financial losses. If someone else is liable for the crash car you were involved in, then an attorney can help you seek a settlement and receive compensation for the injuries.
Expecting A Wrongful Death Settlement? How It Will Affect Your Taxes
18 March 2016
Taxes aren't the most enjoyable subject at the best of times, and they certainly aren't high on your priority list after you've suffered an unexpected death in the family. But if you're pursuing a wrongful death claim and expecting to receive a settlement or judgement, it's important to consider whether or not the money will have an impact on your tax situation. You don't want to be caught unawares if you're going to owe the IRS money.
Doctors Beware: Most Common Diagnostic Mistakes That Result In Lawsuits
5 February 2016
If you are a doctor, you (or your employers) pay a significant amount of money for malpractice insurance each year. You often hear of horrible lawsuits where the hospital must award millions to the plaintiff, but the "it could never happen to me" attitude is a dangerous one. Because diagnostic mistakes are one of the most common reasons for medical malpractice cases, you always need to be on your guard and be aware of the most common mistakes so you can diagnose patients with care to avoid an expensive slip up.