Migraines And Heart Attacks: Do They Count Under Personal Injury Law?

You hear it every day; somebody keels over from a heart attack while on the job. Is it stress? Was it the nature of the job, or was the person in poor enough health that a heart attack was going to happen anyway? Then there are those who miss a lot of work due to migraines. In most cases, it is the stress of the job that causes a migraine. In both cases, do these count as personal injury cases? Read More 

2 Things To Do After You Have Been In A Car Accident

If you have been in a car accident, there are several things that you should do as soon as possible. Doing those things will help protect you and help you in case you have to engage an attorney to help you fight your case.  Take Pictures You don't want to rely on your memory when it comes to the damage to your car, the other party's car, or any damaged property. Read More 

Bit By Your Neighbor’s Dog? 3 Tips To Help You Know What To Do

If you were bitten by your neighbor's dog this can be a traumatic experience. This is especially true if the dog is large. No matter what kind of injury you received from the dog bite, you should contact a personal injury attorney to help you. Your neighbor may be liable for your medical bills and more. Below is some more information about this so you can get started: When You Have a Case Read More 

What You Need To Know About Survival Actions

Wrongful death claims can also come with a separate lawsuit typically known as "survival actions." A survival action is a separate lawsuit from the wrongful death claim. Because of that, many people express some confusion as to what survival actions entail. Here's what you need to know about survival actions. An Additional Personal Injury Lawsuit As stated, survival actions are a separate lawsuit. Unlike a wrongful death action, survival actions act as a lawsuit for the deceased. Read More 

Handling A Workers’ Compensation Denial

When a job injury leaves you in a condition in which you are unable to work for a while, it can cause financial struggles. However, there are usually laws in place that protects employees from facing financial binds when they are injured at work. For instance, workers compensation is coverage that most states require business owners to obtain when they have employees. If you are stressed because your employer does not want to provide you with workers' compensation benefits for your job injury, an attorney might be able to help. Read More