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The Most Common Causes Of Car Accidents

Every day, vehicles all around the United States are involved in accidents. These can range from minor to serious, and even fatal. The causes of these crashes are as varied as the vehicles involved in them. If you were involved in a recent car accident and have been injured, it's possible to receive compensation from the other driver, if not their insurance company. You should understand the fundamentals of this before calling a car accident attorney.   Read More...

Suing A Nail Salon After Acquiring An Infection: FAQ

If you're like many adults, a manicure, pedicure, or any time spent at the nail salon is an escape from your everyday life and a chance to relax while caring for your cuticles. Unfortunately, your beautiful manicure might turn into a big headache after you notice the signs of an infection. If the infection is serious and spreads, it can lead to other devastating issues, including loss of your finger, toe, hand, or foot.   Read More...

Car Accident Questions And Trial Preparation

When a car accident leaves you hurt, and a settlement offer is inadequate, you may have to take further legal action. A settlement could provide you with quick money damages, but when your claim is disputed, or the accident was more complicated, it may be necessary to take the case to court. Part of the process of preparing for trial is called discovery. Read on to learn more about discovery and, in particular, interrogatories in a car accident.   Read More...

Can You Wait To Bring In A Personal Injury Attorney Until Later?

If you've sustained injuries in an accident that you were not at fault for, it's always advisable to act as quickly as possible. In legal matters, every extra day you spend without taking any decisive action can count against you in a big way. Many people don't act as quickly as they should simply because they don't know what to do. Many of them assume that insurance companies will do what they're supposed to do simply because there is no dispute regarding who's at fault.   Read More...

How Much Does Jury Selection Matter?

Selecting the right jury for your case is one of the most important steps in litigation. If you make even one wrong selection, it could be enough to affect the entire outcome of your case. Many people in the USA have never been in a jury or even participated in the process of selecting a jury. Therefore, you may not be aware of how much power a single juror can hold in a case.   Read More...