Personal-Injury Attorney: 3 Types of Photographic Evidence to Take at the Scene of an Assault

Violence is never the answer, but many Americans have difficulties holding in their anger and resort to using their fists in order to settle arguments and disputes. If you're the victim of assault, you can sue the attacker for compensation to cover the full cost of medical expenses needed and wages lost. You just need to prove that the attacker's actions not only intended to cause harm but also actually caused immediate harm. Read More 

Car Accident Injuries: How Spouses Can Support You Through A Settlement Case

After being involved in a car accident, your life may change dramatically. If you're married, the injuries and impact of an accident can change the dynamics of your relationship and daily life. As your spouse supports you through this healing time, you may also be seeking legal help through a settlement case. While consulting with a car accident lawyer, there are a lot of ways your spouse can help with the case. Read More 

When Can You Sue For The Wrongful Death Of Your Same-Sex Spouse?

If you've recently suffered the untimely and unexpected loss of your spouse due to another person's negligence or careless behavior, you're likely wondering how you'll ever be able to pick up the pieces and move on with your life. While a wrongful death lawsuit can be one way to recover some of the financial costs you've incurred (and the losses you'll suffer in the future), your ability to file as a same-sex spouse could be challenged if your state still has traditional marriage laws on the books. Read More 

4 Reasons To Go Cold Turkey On Social Media After A Personal Injury

When dealing with a personal injury like a car accident or a slip and fall case, it's normal to want to reach out for family and friends for support. Instead of doing this through social media, it may be best to go cold turkey in the social media world and completely cut yourself off until your settlement case is complete. When working with a personal injury attorney, it's important to build as much evidence as possible without creating any negative evidence against yourself and the case. Read More 

Four Tips To Increase Your Chances Of Winning Your Motorcycle Accident Case

Winning a personal injury case after you've been injured on a motorcycle can be more challenging than winning a similar case when you've been injured in a car. This is due to the simple fact that motorcycles are perceived as being dangerous -- and people (sadly, including some judges and insurance adjusters) are inclined to think that your injuries are at least partially your fault because you dared climb on that dangerous machine. Read More