If you love riding motorcycles, you know there isn't a better feeling than the wind in your hair and the freedom a bike gives. However, if you get into an accident, it can be devastating. Serious injuries can occur if a car collides into you. You will be faced with mounting medical bills and lawsuits. You will have to hire a motorcycle accident attorney to fight for you. Here are five common motorcycle accidents and how you can avoid them:
17 March 2016
Black ice can be a great danger on roads in winter. Knowing how to protect yourself from black ice, and how to protect yourself from other drivers who skid on ice, can help you avoid auto accidents at this treacherous time of year. What is black ice? Black ice is formed from snow that has melted and re-frozen into a slick sheet of ice. Black ice is usually clear or black in color, which makes it nearly impossible to see on asphalt.
29 February 2016
If you are thinking about filing a personal injury lawsuit, then you have a risky road ahead of you. You usually have better chances winning an insurance claim, but you can make a lot more money if you win a lawsuit. Unfortunately, there are a ton of strange laws that you will need to navigate in order to reach that compensation. To help you out, here are some of the more specific laws that you will need to address when it comes to filing a personal injury lawsuit in Wyoming:
11 February 2016
In most personal injury cases, medical damages form a vital part of the compensation package. If you are being treated after an accident and plan to lodge an injury claim, know that your treatment will have a big effect on the value of your medical damages. This effect comes in various ways, such as: Recognition of Treatments Insurance adjusters rate alternative treatments, such as those offered by non-physician doctors, lower than treatments by medical doctors.
29 January 2016
If you've been denied disability benefits from the Veterans Affairs (VA) system, you may not know where to start with the appeal. The denial reasons can be a bit vague, and unless a person at your local VA office tells you exactly what you're missing, there could be any number of missing pieces of evidence. Take a look at what the VA is looking for and ways to align your next appeal with their image of a successful claim.
15 January 2016
What happens when evidence goes missing in your personal injury case? Does lost or missing evidence equal a lost case? It depends a lot on what the evidence is, and what side of the courtroom you're on. Learn more about spoliation of evidence and personal injury cases -- and why it is important to act quickly if you think that you may have a case. What is spoliation? Spoliation of evidence is the legal term used when evidence goes missing, gets tampered with, or is lost.
4 January 2016
Truck accidents are often some of the most serious – and often fatal – accidents on the road. In 2013, there were 3,602 individuals who died in truck accidents, which was a 14 percent increase from 2009. Thankfully, you do have the legal option of filing a lawsuit in order to seek financial recovery for the injuries that you sustained in the crash. Here are a few things that you'll want to keep in mind as you consider litigation:
21 December 2015
Does your neighbor's holiday display make you feel like a Grinch? While a lot of people love the bright lights and decorations that go along with the holiday season, a little can go a long way. People also have different ideas of what's fun and festive -- one man's holiday display could easily be another's nightmare. The question, for many, is can you do anything about it if your neighbor's holiday display is just too much?
11 December 2015
Being injured and not able to work can be a real challenge. Medical bills and monthly bills are sure to be at the foremost of your mind if you've suffered a significant injury. The best way to financially recover from a serious accident at work is by receiving workers' compensation for your losses. By knowing specific tips to help you do so, you will have a greater chance of success.
25 November 2015
One of the most nerve-wracking times if you're involved in civil litigation is the deposition. This will be typically be completed during the discovery stage and will require you to meet with your opponent's attorney to answer a variety of questions. It's important to be prepared for this meeting because it may have a strong impact on deciding your case. By knowing specific tips to help you succeed at your deposition, these can be extremely helpful in this situation.
12 November 2015