If you have been in a car accident and have been injured through no fault of your own, you may be confident that you have the situation under control. If the person who caused the accident is insured, you likely feel that your expenses and property damage will be taken care of, but you should be aware that your faulty assumptions about personal injury cases could cause you to lose out on valuable compensation.
If you have been bitten by a dog, or if you are the owner of a dog who has bitten someone, a personal injury lawsuit may be imminent. The following are 3 good things to know when preparing for a dog bite case. 1. "One Bite" Rule In jurisdictions that follow the "one bite" rule, dog owners are only liable for injuries caused by their pets if they knew or reasonably should have known that their dog was particularly dangerous.
After I got into an accident a few years ago, I realized that I needed to hire an attorney, and fast. I didn't know how to proceed through the course of the investigation by my insurance company, so I searched the area for a personal injury lawyer who could help. I was really impressed with how intelligent my lawyer was and how hard he worked to make things right with my case. After a few months, my lawsuit was settled, and I really felt like I couldn't have done it without him. This blog is all about understanding personal injury law and the benefits of working with a lawyer.