Is the State At Fault? A Difficult Decision
Accidents happen all the time. Sometimes a specific person is at fault. Other times, an incident might have occurred due to an oversight by a city or state. But suing the state or a specific city within a state is a lot more complicated than it may seem. We always – always – recommend that you contact your lawyer for specific information regarding your case, but here are some things that you should know prior to setting up a lawsuit against a city or state.What to Do When an Ambulance Hits a Parked Car
What can you do if an ambulance has hit your parked car? This scenario happens more often than you think, and there are steps that you can take to try and recoup some of that car repair money. As with any case, we do urge you to speak with a qualified attorney immediately about your specific case (since all cases are unique), but here are the basic steps that you can take.What Are the Differences Between a Child and an Adult Personal Injury Case?
Though similar, child injury cases differ from adult personal injury cases in a few important aspects. Twp of the major differences are having to appoint a guardian ad litem and having the settlement placed into a blocked account.Information About Negligent Supervision Laws and Personal Injury Claims
If you or your child was injured as a result of another person’s negligence, you could be entitled to compensation for your losses and damages. Talk to a licensed personal injury attorney who can help.Car Accident Involving a Police Officer: What To Do
Police officers are on the road just as much (if not more) as you are. Officers rush to crime scenes and other accidents, try to follow drivers that are driving carelessly, and patrol streets. So it stands to reason that sometimes a police officers might get in a car accident or two. Accidents of these types can range from a parked car incident to a full rear-end collision.