Trip and FallHow To Choose A Personal Injury Lawyer
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How to Choose a Personal Injury Lawyer One of the most difficult decisions the victim of an accident has to make is who to choose as their attorney. While there is no shortage of lawyers who will promise just about anything in an effort to entice you to become their client, making an informed decision… read moreNew York Premises Liability Lawyers Suffolk County Nassau County
Who’s Responsible When You’re Injured on Someone’s Property? If someone is injured on another person’s property, the owner of that property may be responsible. When someone causes injuries to another person on their property, this is referred to as “premises liability.” Premises liability comes in a variety of flavors. It can include pool drownings, falling… read moreWhat’s a “ROM” measurement and why is it so important?
In all accident cases, it is necessary to prove you suffered an injury. In a motor vehicle accident case, the injury must be what the law considers a “serious injury”. Oftentimes, an injury may limit the degree to which you bend your neck, back, arm, knee, etc. These limitations can be crucial evidence in proving… read moreNew Bill Signed into Law Helps Those With Private Health Insurance
If you have ever been injured in an accident, you likely needed to use your private health insurance to cover the costs of treatment. Most, if not all, insurance companies want to be reimbursed for all of the money that they have paid on your behalf related to the accident – they look for reimbursement… read moreA Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words
You have likely heard the saying, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” Well, this saying is quite accurate if you’ve been involved in an accident, whether it is a car accident, slip and fall or trip and fall. If you are injured in an accident and later decide to sue the other parties… read more