Why It's Worth It To Pursue A Slip-And-Fall Case

If you have recently slipped and fallen in a grocery store or other business, you could be wondering whether or not you should pursue a slip-and-fall case. You may have even been contacted by an attorney who was interested in helping you with your case. However, you still might not be sure of whether or not it's actually worth it for you to do. In many cases, though, it's absolutely worth it to pursue a slip-and-fall case. [Read More]

All About Neck Injuries After An Auto Accident

So many people end up with neck injuries after an auto accident that it might lead some to wonder why. A quick glance at your neck might provide some hints. The neck is a slender body part and that can make it vulnerable to injuries. It also contains the top of the spine with all its nerve pathways and tendons.  When a car accident occurs, not a lot can protect your neck. [Read More]

4 Things A Car Accident Lawyer Can Do To Establish Fault For A Brake-Checking Crash

Brake-checking crashes can cause significant damage and severe injuries. When someone brake-checks you, they create an unsafe driving environment that puts you in peril. Another driver may brake-check you if they are distracted, driving recklessly, or feeling angry. If you've been in a brake-checking crash, you may have difficulty determining who was at fault. Fortunately, an experienced car accident lawyer can help. Here are four things they'll do to establish fault: [Read More]

Brake Failure Isn't Necessarily A Good Excuse For An Accident

Being held liable for a car accident can be very expensive. Even if the at-fault driver's insurance provider pays for the damages, they might see an increase in their insurance rates. You may even sue them directly and recover damages depending on how expensive your auto accident was. To avoid being held at fault, the driver might make one of several claims, such as that their brakes didn't work. However, this might not be a valid excuse. [Read More]