I Was a Passenger in a Limousine Accident

For many people, the decision to travel by limousine is simply one of convenience. At other times, however, a limousine ride appears to be the safest way to get to where you’re going. This is particularly true regarding wine-tasting excursions, senior proms or...

I Was a Passenger in an Auto Accident

Every day across the United States, more than 6,500 people on average suffer injuries in road accidents. If you have recently joined their ranks as a passenger, you will naturally have concerns. One of the biggest will have to do with medical payments. When it comes...

What Is Criminal Negligence?

When is a crime not really a crime? It all comes down to intent. There are the deliberate crimes, those undertaken with malice aforethought and carried out with nefarious ends in mind. There are also the apparent crimes that result from unintentional acts, but these...

How Does a Recall Affect My Injury Lawsuit?

If you have suffered injury from a defective product and have instituted a claim against the manufacturer, you are probably not the only person to have been affected. Many people may be involved in similar litigation. What happens to those lawsuits when the...

Personal Injury Statute of Limitations in Nevada

If you’ve suffered a personal injury due to the carelessness or malice of someone other than yourself, visions of lawsuits may be dancing in your head. That’s all well and good, but don’t sit back and watch the show for too long. If you intend to...

What Does an Insurance Adjuster Do?

When you contact your insurance company concerning personal injury, its claims adjuster will be your initial point of contact. This individual has three aims in mind: to investigate all facts surrounding your accident; to determine what he and his company believe to...
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