Ways to Prove Constructive Notice in a Slip and Fall Case
In Slip and Fall cases, you can prove constructive notice by showing the facts establishing that the property owner or manager “should have known” of the unsafe condition. “Should have known” depends on factors as to the condition, how long it was there and what contact the owner or manager had with the area or should have had.Three Surprising Ways In Which A Personal Injury Attorney Can Help You
A personal injury attorney does not only advocate for lost wages and physical injuries. Your attorney can advocate for other surprising yet well-deserved damages.Three Reasons To Contact Car Accident Law Firms After A Crash
Have you been hurt in a car crash that was not your fault? Here are three reasons you should contact a car accident law firm today.5 Common Questions for South Carolina Car Accident Cases
Do you know if you have a legal claim if you were hurt in a car accident? What do you need to know and how long do you have to file a claim for compensation? This article addresses these questions for you.How to Recover in an Uninsured / Underinsured Driver Case
Many drivers understandably assume that their own automobile insurance policies will cover the costs of any injuries or damages when another motorist causes an accident. But what happens when the other driver does not have a sufficient amount of insurance-or has no insurance at all? Even people with underinsured motorist (UIM) or uninsured motorist (UM) coverage can encounter problems getting their claims approved.