When negligence occurs at a hospital, patients or their families may be entitled to compensation for things like medical expenses and pain and suffering. While this applies in many medical settings, some might be surprised to learn that cruise ship companies were exempt from medical malpractice suits for more than a century. However, the AP reports…

If you’ve been involved in an accident, hiring a personal injury attorney could be needed in order to recover damages. Many people are hesitant to contact a personal injury attorney because they believe many of the common myths about them. Here are some common myths about personal injury lawyers debunked. Myth: Hiring a personal injury…

After you have suffered a wrongful injury, seeking a personal injury attorney is a must. However, it’s important to choose the right one. The myriad of cases handled by personal injury attorneys is expansive. Often lawyers will focus on handling a certain type of law. It’s important to pay attention to the track record when…

After you hire a personal injury attorney following any sort of accident, the attorney will do more than the requisite legal work for you. They’ll also be a sort of guardian on how you’ll manage your life, as you sue a negligent person (or company) for injuries you likely incurred. But while you may have…

A car accident can be traumatic, both mentally and physically. Healing can be a long process, but the sooner you start, the quicker you will begin to feel better. What’s more, your behavior in the few days following your accident can set the tone for the rest of your recovery. Failing to take care of…

An announcement regarding a settlement in the 2011 Indiana State Fair stage collapse occurred on Friday, December 18, as reported by the Indy Star. Previous State Settlement On August 13, 2011, the catastrophic event caused seven deaths and 58 injuries. Prior to Friday’s announcement, the state of Indiana committed to $11 million in payments to…

A bizarre accident in New Jersey last month emphasizes the need for companies and general contractors to ensure that everyone on a construction site abides by safety rules, even ones that seem small. A 50-year old worker stopped by a site to deliver drywall and exited his vehicle without a hard hat. Subsequently, a tape…

On Wednesday, December 17, a Ohio appellate court upheld a lower court ruling against a man who filed a personal injury lawsuit against a Good Samaritan. The individual had attempted to help a trucker who got a leg stuck between his rig and a loading dock. The case illustrates the potential impact of Good Samaritan…

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