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3 Tips For Staying Out Of Car Accidents During The December Holiday Season

Christmas is the time for giving, and giving usually means buying. Buying usually means a trip to the store, which means that there tends to be a lot more traffic on the road every Christmas season. Holiday traffic, unfortunately, tends to lead to accidents. If you want to reduce your risk of being in an accident while Christmas shopping this year, here are some good tips to follow: 1. Drive Slower Read More 

Why A Successful Personal Injury Case Depends Upon You

Once you have suffered from a car accident, your injuries may make it difficult to handle any resulting insurance claims or lawsuits on your own. This is exactly why personal injury attorneys exist; to take the burden of dealing with these important and complex situations off of you and allow you time to get better and get your life back to normal again. You are not completely left out of the plan, however; your attorney needs you to participate in this process to help ensure that your case is as successful as possible. Read More 

Avoiding Dog Bites When Going On Walks

When you tend to go for a lot of walks you want to make sure you do what you can to avoid being bitten by an unrestrained dog. There are a lot of dogs that are strays which don't have homes and others that have homes but figure out a way to escape so they can run loose. Some of these dog's may be prone to biting a person if they should come across them walking down the street. Read More 

Make Sure Your Side Of The Accident Argument Has Proof

Many accidents have evidence that can show how the accident was caused. Directions of the skidmarks, the damage areas, and damage caused to the road can tell a lot, but there are many times when those "obvious" evidence hints fail to tell the whole story. Especially during elaborate scams, you need a way to prove your innocence when everything else screams guilt. Here are a few road accident proof concerns, along with ways to protect your side of the argument. Read More 

Do You Have Any Legal Recourse If You’re Injured in a Park or Nature Preserve?

The tenth anniversary of the sudden death of Steve Irwin has renewed attention toward the dangers that can be posed by seemingly ordinary wildlife in their natural surroundings. While you may not have much legal recourse if you're injured by a stingray while snorkeling in public waters or a deer or elk while driving down the highway, being injured in a public park or nature preserve could potentially present you with a few more options—especially if your injury was due to negligence by park staff or even a fellow camper. Read More 

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Finding Someone Who Can Be On Your Side

About six years ago, I was involved in a terrible car accident. After the wreck, I was faced with my own recovery in addition to working and caring for my kids. Against my better judgement, I tried to take care of things on my own at first. Unfortunately, I found that the insurance adjusters were less-than-accommodating. To improve my chances of winning my case, I contacted a personal injury attorney. In addition to being on my side, my attorney fought hard in court. My blog is filled with information about personal injury law, because I want you to know which options are available to you.

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