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PROVING FAULT IN A SLIP AND FALL ACCIDENT

Several slip and fall accidents occur every year and thousands of people get injured due to them. Many of these victims find it really difficult to prove who is in the fault for the accident. How do you know who is responsible for the slip and fall accident? Negligence of the owner In order to prove the Read More

AUTO ACCIDENT INJURIES THAT REQUIRE INSURANCE COVERAGE

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that over three million people in the United States are injured each year in auto accidents. There are various injuries that may occur due to these accidents. Here, we describe the common injuries that these accidents can produce, so that you have the required knowledge, if unfortunately, you are Read More

AVOIDING AUTO ACCIDENTS WITH TRUCKS

There are many auto accidents that happen with different types of trucks and other heavy vehicles. You can avoid many accidents with trucks if you know what to look for. However, there are times when there is nothing that you can possibly do to avoid an accident with a truck. Sometimes, the trucking company tries Read More

AVOID THESE MISTAKES WHEN MAKING AN AUTO ACCIDENT CLAIM IN WISCONSIN

Making an auto accident claim after an auto accident can be complicated and daunting. A single mistake in approaching the case legally can affect the amount of compensation that you can recover for your injuries, and in some cases, can prevent you from receiving any compensation at all. The key to ensuring you obtain maximum compensation after Read More

AUTO ACCIDENTS DUE TO PRESCRIPTION DRUG ABUSE

Just like driving after consuming alcohol, misuse of prescription drug or use of illicit drugs can make driving extremely unsafe. It put can put the lives of the occupants of the vehicle and others sharing the road in danger, as it dramatically increases the probability of accidents. According to a study published by Public Health Reports, an Read More

USING DEPOSITIONS TO SUPPORT YOUR PERSONAL INJURY CLAIM

Depositions are one of the most important parts of the discovery phase that allows both parties in a personal injury case to gather relevant information. A deposition is similar to a testimony given on a witness stand in a court – the main difference between the two is that depositions take place in a private setting, generally Read More

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