Making Sense of a Commercial Truck Pileup

Being involved in a pileup is one of the worst experiences you can have as a driver. A pileup that involves commercial trucks can be even more chaotic and can lead to expensive medical bills. You may also find it difficult to find out who you should seek compensation from for your injuries. 1. How a Commercial Truck Pileup Can Occur When commercial truck drivers find themselves in difficult situations, they are often trained on how to handle these situations. Read More 

How To Ensure Your Workers’ Compensation Claim Goes Smoothly

Were you injured at work and need to use workers' compensation? If so, you're likely wondering what you can do to ensure that the case goes smoothly and you get the compensation you deserve. Here are a few tips that you should follow after your workplace related injury.  Report Your Injury Immediately One of the first things you should do after an injury is take the necessary steps to report it to the right people. Read More 

What Needs to Be Proven in a Birth Defect Law Case?

The birth of a new baby should be a happy time for every family. Unfortunately, sometimes things go wrong during delivery that can harm the child. This may be because of a birth defect the child was born with due to genetics or it may be due to something that occurs during the delivery because the doctor delivering the baby was negligent. If the parents of the baby believe the birth defect occurred at the fault of the doctor, there may be grounds for a medical malpractice suit. Read More 

Surgeries Can Lead To Personal Injuries

Personal injury cases are serious, and all too many cases come from routine surgeries. These surgeries are expected not to be very serious, but they can still have major repercussions when completed with negligent, reckless hands. Many things can go wrong when a surgeon or other medical professional acts without regard for their responsibility to you. If you were the victim of a personal injury while in surgery, this is what you need to know. Read More 

Gym Waivers Often Won’t Protect A Gym From A Personal Injury Lawsuit

Working out at the gym is inherently dangerous. Any physical activities can lead to injuries if you're not careful. Also, the weights you may use to engage in strength training can be deadly if they fall on you. However, if your gym is unreasonably dangerous, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. The Assumption of Risk Gym owners will usually try to avoid liability by telling their guests that they will be assuming a risk if they workout at the gym. Read More