Careful and Careless: Who Takes The Blame?

In most personal injury cases there are two parties that are involved, even in ones that do not seem to be so. For example, a slip and fall accident may physically include one party who was injured but the other party involved is the person responsible for the maintenance and care of the property that… […]

Keep Your Personal Injury Accident Evidence

A lot goes on in the days following an accident that resulted in a personal injury. People are reaching out to make sure you are okay while your insurance company is looking for documents and breathing down your neck — all while you most likely just want your injuries tended to and to get your… […]

Is Early Discharge Medical Malpractice?

Before that question can be answered you must first know what medical malpractice is. Medical malpractice is when the action or inaction of a medical professional or doctor falls below the accepted medical standard of care, resulting in some type of harm or injury to the patient in question. The “accepted medical standard of care”… […]

What Are My Rights Against Age Discrimination?

Several states have laws that prohibit employers from discriminating on the basis of age. In addition, the federal Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) and other laws also prohibit age discrimination and protect several rights for employees. Under the ADEA, employers may not discriminate against employees who are 40 years of age or older. This… […]

What Can You Do After You Get a Traffic Ticket?

Most drivers have received at least one traffic citation in their years behind the wheel. No matter how you choose to deal with the ticket, you’ll likely invest some time and money into the process. And in some situations, a ticket can have stiffer consequences, like increased insurance rates or even limits on your ability… […]