When Is a Business Not at Fault for a Sidewalk Slip Accident?

19 October 2016
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If you injure yourself on a business property and require medical attention, then you may be able to sue the business for medical expenses as well as pain and suffering. If your accident involved tripping or slipping on a sidewalk, then dangerous weather conditions or the poor maintenance of the sidewalk may have contributed to the incident. In many situations, it is obvious that negligence occurred. For example, an uneven and broken sidewalk surface or the accumulation of several inches of ice on the concrete are likely apparent signs of neglect. Read More 

Don’t Be Fooled By These 3 Motorcycle Safety Myths

3 August 2016
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Anyone who drives on the road should be aware of basic safety tactics, but motorcyclists are at special risk. When you're riding on a motorcycle, you don't have a metal cage protecting you from the road or from the impact of another vehicle, so a crash can cause much greater physical damage to a motorcyclist than it can to the average driver. That's why it's especially important that you don't fall for motorcycle safety myths that fail to keep you safe, or that could put you at even more risk in the long run. Read More 

Amusement Park Negligence and Personal Injury Lawsuits: What You Need to Know

12 May 2016
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Amusement parks are enduringly popular in the United States. Four hundred amusement parks and attractions in the United States host around 375 million visitors annually. Unfortunately, while safety standards are generally high, accidents can happen when amusement park workers are negligent. Find out what this means if you or someone you love suffers an injury as a result of this negligence. United States regulations While amusement park attendees want thrills and excitement, operators must make sure that visitors to these attractions are safe. Read More 

Dangerous Social Media Apps: Did A Distracted Driver Cause Your Catastrophic Car Accident?

2 May 2016
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In recent news, a disturbing trend is on the rise. A number of drivers use special apps to record how fast they drive on the road. The drivers also use the apps to take selfies or snapshots of their experience, which they share with other social media users right away. Some of the distracted drivers become so focused on their apps and selfies that they don't see see the vehicles in front or to the side of them. Read More 

4 Potential Financial Impacts Caused By A Tailgating Party Car Accident

11 April 2016
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Tailgating parties are a great tradition, commonly found in the parking lots of both professional and amateur football stadiums. As crowds grow and parking lots become crowded, so does the potential for a car accident or injury. If you've been injured in a tailgating party accident, then it's a good idea to seek a personal injury attorney to represent your case. Not only can an attorney help you seek a settlement for your injuries, but there may be other financial impacts cause by the accident. Read More