The greatest fear anyone pursuing a personal injury claim has is that the insurance company might reject it entirely. If you're trying to figure out what comes next, here are four things you may need to do. Retain Counsel A personal injury lawyer can be an invaluable resource while you decide what to do. If you haven't already retained counsel, contact with several attorneys and ask for consultations. Speaking with several lawyers will give you a better idea of where your case stands. [Read More]
What Does Wanton Disregard Mean In Wrongful Death Law?
A wrongful death attorney who's pursuing a claim can advance the case for a client based on one of three reasons. The most common argument is negligence, and the two less common ones are recklessness and malice. Negligence covers unintended consequences of actions or inaction's. Recklessness involves deliberate actions that weren't meant to harm, and malice covers cases where the harm was intentional. While this structure covers the vast majority of cases, there is a gray area between intended and unintended events. [Read More]
Tips To Pursue A Truck Accident Case
More than 4,000 people died in commercial truck accidents in a single year recently. Property damage and personal injuries are always a big factor in these accidents even when they aren't fatal. This is a measure of risk you're always dealing with when you drive trucks for a living. Following sound legal advice will help you rebuild after an accident. The tips below will help with your legal needs. Follow the law when filing and responding to a truck accident [Read More]
SSDI Tips For Those With Mental Impairments
More and more often, people who suffer from mental issues like depression, anxiety, and other disorders are recognized as having a legitimate impairment. The Social Security Administration (SSA) has joined many who now allow those suffering from various mood disorders to apply for and receive Social Security benefits. If you are among the thousands of workers unable to do your job because of mental impairments, read on for some tips that might help you gain the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits you need that much quicker. [Read More]