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-Posted On August 23, 2016 In Uncategorized-

Proving fault in a fatal car accident

There are few things in life that match the trauma of losing a loved one in a fatal car accident. It is sudden and jarring, and can leave emotional and financial scars that can last a lifetime. Unfortunately, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that car accidents kill about 35,000 people every year in the United States. That’s about one death by car accident every 12 minutes. The leading causes of these deaths are due to: Distracted drivers Driver fatigue Drunk and reckless driving Weather conditions Street and highway defects Car manufacturing defects Inexperienced and/or elderly drivers In some…
-Posted On August 16, 2016 In Uncategorized-

Defective products are dangerous products

When you buy or use a product, you have a reasonable expectation that you will be able to use that product safely as intended. While the vast majority of times that is the case, sometimes products are defective, and that can put your health and safety at risk. If you’ve been injured and can prove a product is defective, you have a strong case for collecting damages as a result. Specific laws will vary from state to state, but a seasoned lawyer with experience in dealing with defective products will be able to make a strong case on your behalf…
-Posted On August 9, 2016 In Uncategorized-

Assigning liability in a construction accident is not a simple matter

Statistics show that being a construction worker is one of the most dangerous occupations in America. Each year, thousands of workers are injured on construction sites, with the vast majority attributable to falls, electrocutions, being struck by an object or getting crushed between objects or equipment. Workers who are injured or killed on job sites may have recourse to seek damages for their injuries in the form of workers’ compensation actions against several possible parties. Unfortunately, the bigger the project is, the more complicated a claim is liable to be. Retaining an experienced construction accident lawyer is vital to assist…
-Posted On August 2, 2016 In Uncategorized-

Could you be held liable for another person’s driving?

Believe it or not, there are instances when you could be held liable for another person’s driving, even if you were not the person driving the car, or if you were not even in the car at the time of the accident. Affixing fault after an accident takes place is one of the first jobs of a car accident attorney. The issue of fault is tied directly to seeking compensation for damages and injuries. Those times when a person is responsible for the driving actions of another person falls under what is known as Vicarious Liability, or imputed negligence. This…
-Posted On July 26, 2016 In Uncategorized-

Bus accident lawsuits create unique challenges

Overall, buses remain among the safest forms of transportation. Although there are fewer accidents involving buses, they can and do take place with a certain degree of frequency. When accidents do take place, seeking damage compensation can present some unique challenges. Due to the size of buses, accidents can range from minor fender benders all the way up to catastrophic accidents resulting in multiple deaths. A number of these deaths can be attributed to some of the shortcomings of buses, many of which do not have safety restraint systems and have a higher tip-over rate than other types of vehicles.…
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