Can You Sue An Insurance Company For Not Doing Its Job?
12 November 2020
The idea of hiring an insurance litigation attorney and pursuing a lawsuit because the company rejected your claim can be appealing. It's important, however, to understand what might justify insurance litigation. An insurance litigation lawyer will likely tell you to consider the following five aspects of a potential case.
When you acquire a policy, the insurance company has to disclose whatever issues might impact your ability to collect on it.
Getting Financial Compensation For Your Car Accident Injury
15 October 2020
Getting into a car accident is the last thing you think about when you get behind the wheel in the morning, but sometimes your entire world can change in just a moment. If you recently sustained a bad injury in a car accident, your first priority should be to seek medical care. But at some point soon after the accident, you should also consider if you could obtain financial compensation from the person who hurt you.
Why Having an Association Attorney is Important
11 September 2020
Whether you live in a condominium or a town home complex you might find that there is a homeowner's association attached to it. This can be a good thing because they help to regulate what is expected of the homeowners as well as get things done such as repairs, maintenance, and landscaping. While there typically shouldn't be any legal problems sometimes issues can arise and you might need some legal help.
How to Sue a School for an Injury Your Child Suffered
12 August 2020
Folks often think of personal injury lawyers handling cases involving incidents at commercial establishments or people's homes. Schools, however, are also common places for injuries to occur, and yes, personal injury lawyers do pursue claims and suits against them. Let's look at how that process may work in cases involving private and public institutions.
Understand Why Families Sue Schools
Many of the most common reasons for hiring personal injury lawyers apply to cases against schools.