Set The Stage For Personal Injury Success With Memory Aids

If you have been the victim of another person's negligence and are considering filing a personal injury claim, don't rely on your memory to help your case. While the at-fault driver's insurance company may compensate you for your vehicle and medical expenses, you can only seek pain and suffering damages through a personal injury claim, and your memory of this traumatic event may not be reliable enough without some help. Personal injury cases can drag on for months in some cases, increasing the possibility that important details could be forgotten and lost. Read More 

2 Factors That Can Affect Your Settlement Amount After Sustaining A Dog Bite

It's estimated that 4.5 million people in the United States are bitten by dogs each year. If you have recently been treated for a dog bite, you may be wondering how much money you are entitled to as a result of the attack. There are several factors that can affect the amount of the settlement you can be awarded after winning a dog bite case. Here are two factors that could affect the financial outcome of your case that you should keep in mind when taking your dog bite case to court. Read More 

Disability Claims: Why They’re Commonly Denied and What To Do

When you are struck with a serious medical-related problem, your safety net may be none other than your disability insurance benefits. So, if your claim ends up getting denied, you may feel as if your life is completely over. Luckily, if this has happened, don't lose your very last ounce of hope. Once you can figure out why you you've been denied, you can likely make the necessary adjustments and then resubmit your disability claim. Read More 

Understanding Personal Injury Damages In Ohio

Personal injury lawsuits are quite common, as far as lawsuits go, but they can also be somewhat complicated to the untrained eye. After all, you need to know the general structure of such a lawsuit, how the court proceedings will go, and what laws your state has regarding lawsuits. To help you build a better lawsuit, here is a specific overview of how damage caps work in personal injury lawsuits in Ohio: Read More 

Does Your Landlord Have To Pay For A Slip And Fall On The Rental Property?

When most people think of slip and fall cases, they imagine someone suffering a fall in a public place, such as a grocery store. However, slip and fall accidents are not confined to public spaces. You could even fall at home. If you suffered a slip and fall at the home or apartment you are renting, here is what you need to know.  What Do You Have to Prove? A slip and fall case is viewed in a similar fashion as other personal injury cases. Read More