Monthly Archives: July 2014

Most Common Personal Injury Lawsuits

Depending on the state and region in which you live, the most common types of personal injury cases will differ. Anytime a person is seriously injured by the negligence of another person or authority, they are most likely entitled to … Continue reading

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What Makes a Personal Injury Lawsuit Successful?

When someone is injured in an accident that was no fault of their own, but the fault of someone or something else, they have the right to pursue compensation through a personal injury lawsuit. Being injured in a serious accident … Continue reading

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Injured While Riding a Bicycle?

More so than you can imagine, bike riders and pedestrians are commonly injured by negligent drivers on the road. In fact, the majority of successful personal injury lawsuits involving bicycle injury victims are won because the victim was negligently harmed … Continue reading

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What Can a Personal Injury Lawyer Do for You?

Personal injury lawyers are legal counselors, licensed to represent accident victims in lawsuits against negligent parties. They generally take on legal cases pertaining to negligence and tort law. This means they represent victims that have been injured in a serious … Continue reading

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When to Sue for a Personal Injury

If a person is injured negligently, and suffers serious injuries, they should only expect to be compensated fairly. This is what a personal injury lawsuit can achieve for accident victims and their families. Although a person has every right to … Continue reading

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