What to Do If You Are a Passenger in a Car Accident

Posted on: 2 March 2017

If you were in a car accident and suffered injuries, but your friend was driving, you might be wondering where to turn for compensation. Because the process for compensation as an auto accident passenger can be a little convoluted, here are some guidelines for who to approach.  When the Other Party Is at Fault If the other driver was at fault for the car accident, then you and your friend can cooperate to file a joint insurance claim against them.
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What You Need To Know About DUIs And Boats

Posted on: 10 January 2017

If you're planning a day of fun in the sun and on the water and you plan on having a few drinks, there are a few things to keep in mind. Drinking while operating a boat actually carries more risks than driving a car. So here's what you need to know to stay safe and avoid getting in trouble. Different Influencing Factors There are a couple things that make combining alcohol with a boat particularly different than a car.
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How A Personal Injury Attorney Can Help You

Posted on: 15 December 2016

Have you recently been injured in an accident? Are you finding it difficult to convince the insurance company to compensate you for your losses? Unfortunately for you, it's in an insurance company's best interests to try to get away with paying as little as possible for each accident or injury case. Obviously, this is not in your best interests at all. In order to make sure that you get the money that you deserve, you'll likely have to hire a personal injury attorney to take your case.
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The Cost Of Hiring A Workers' Compensation Attorney

Posted on: 1 December 2016

If you were recently injured while at work and you are considering hiring a workers' compensation lawyer, then the price of this type of lawyer is probably at the top of your mind. But what you do need to know is that the cost of hiring this type of lawyer is dependent upon contingency fees. This is the same way most other types of lawyers receive their payment. It means if you lose your case, your attorney is not paid.
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