Nursing Home Abuse And Neglect: What To Know

Posted on: 5 December 2018

Trying to locate and do your due diligence to find a good facility for your elderly loved ones can be a challenge. Unfortunately, even if you feel confident about your choice, your loved one could become a victim of abuse or neglect at a nursing home facility. It pays to monitor your loved one on a regular basis and to take action when problems arise. Read on to learn more. [Read More]

Be Sure That Your Demand Letter Stipulates Damages For These Bicycle Accident Injuries

Posted on: 4 December 2018

It's possible to ride your bicycle for a long time without ever being in an accident, but should you and another cyclist end up making contact, several different outcomes are possible. In the case of a minor collision, you can wish each other well and continue on your respective ways. However, if you've been seriously hurt and are looking at some significant medical expenses, you'll likely want some compensation from the other cyclist — especially if you believe that he or she blatantly caused the accident. [Read More]

How To Handle Delayed Injuries After A Car Accident

Posted on: 3 December 2018

Car accidents sometimes leave people in the hospital immediately for injuries, but there are also times when people walk away from accidents without any signs of injuries. If you had an accident and feel fine afterwards, you should give it some time before agreeing to settle your case, as you may have delayed injuries. What is a delayed injury? Some injuries that occur from car accidents are obvious from the time the accidents occur, and this may include injuries such as cuts, bruises, pain, and broken bones. [Read More]

When A Dog Bites Your Child: The Legal Ramifications

Posted on: 30 November 2018

Dogs biting children is not an uncommon occurrence, unfortunately, and parents may need to consider legal action in some instances. Dog bites are generally civil cases that are adjudicated under personal injury law. Here are some of the main considerations to keep in mind if your child has been bitten and you are thinking about taking legal action against the owner. Legal Principles Owners may be held legally responsible for the actions of their dog under various legal principles. [Read More]