Staying Strong Throughout Your Personal Injury Lawsuit
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Whiplash is one of the most common types of injuries caused by a car accident. If you suffer from this type of injury after an accident, you might be in pain, affecting your day-to-day life. Car accidents can be devastating, and the consequences can be even worse when they result from preventable issues such as worn-out or damaged tires. Motorists who neglect their tires may endanger themselves and others on the road. Read More»
Negligent truck drivers can cause much more damage than other types of accidents due to the truck’s size. Not only is a commercial truck much heavier, but the size of the vehicle can be enough to cause accidents that other vehicles cannot cause. For example, a commercial truck might collide with a low bridge and cause a low-clearance accident.
How a Low-Clearance Bridge Accident Occurs
A low-clearance accident is when a truck attempts to drive under a bridge, but the clearance is too low, which can cause the bridge to collapse due to the force of the truck damaging the bridge. Read More»
As a business owner, contracts are essential to your daily operations, whether hiring employees, purchasing goods or services, or entering a partnership. Having a clear and legally enforceable contract is vital for protecting your interests and ensuring the success of your business.
While it may be tempting to draft and review the contract on your own, there are several benefits to using a business transaction lawyer for these tasks.
1. Customization Read More»
Plaintiffs and defendants are the main actors in personal injury cases. The plaintiff is the injury victim, while the defendant is liable for the damages. Below is an overview of the defendants.
Identify the Defendants
You must identify the right defendants for your case. These parties are responsible for your injuries. They are the only ones the court can compel to compensate your damages. Potential defendants include:
The owners of the things that caused your injuries, such as building owners, car owners, or dog owners The operators of the equipment, such as vehicles that caused your injuries The perpetrators of the events or actions that caused your injuries The managers or parties in charge of the events, such as car races that caused your injuries Talk to a personal injury lawyer to help you identify the defendants. Read More»