2 Simple Mistakes That Can Destroy Your Personal Injury Lawsuit

26 December 2014
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After you have been hurt in an accident, it isn't always easy to know what to do. Some people figure that as long as they don't call the other party to chat, they aren't doing anything that could seriously damage their personal injury lawsuit. Unfortunately, even small missteps can make an otherwise simple case messy and convoluted. Here are two simple mistakes that could destroy your personal injury lawsuit, and how you can avoid causing problems. Read More 

Social Security: How To Tell If You Qualify For Disability Benefits

19 December 2014
 Categories: Law, Articles

Sometimes, people may put off applying for social security benefits because they are not sure if their injury or disability is really that detrimental to their health, or they may decide just to tough things out, because it's not that bad. However, it's a good idea to file a claim right when you notice that your disability is affecting your comfort and ability to provide for your own needs. The following information can help you know if you have a strong case for claiming benefits you may need to support yourself. Read More 

4 Injuries & Damages You Can Go To Court For

29 September 2014
 Categories: Law, Articles

Serious injuries can literally happen anywhere. Whether you feel like they are just bad luck or unfortunate mistakes, there is usually a party that is responsible for those damages. Instead of just counting your losses or dealing with problems on your own, you can try to seek compensation through personal injury attorneys. Legal advice and help can determine if your case is worth pursuing in court. The following four injuries are actually pretty common and a legitimate reason that injury attorneys seek compensation for their clients. Read More 

When To Consider Hiring A Wrongful Death Lawyer In Las Vegas?

8 January 2014
 Categories: Law, Articles

The passing of a family member is a sad occasion, but it can be especially sad when the death was caused by the negligence of a person or of a company. When the death of a person can be proven to be caused by another party, it is possible for survivors to sue the responsible party with a wrongful death lawyer in Las Vegas. Although nothing can be done to bring that person back, it is possible for survivors to get compensation for loss of income, loss of other economic benefits, and loss of consortium. Read More