Take It To The Judge: 6 Reasons To Fight A Traffic Violation And Clear Your Good Name

Posted on: 17 September 2018

While a single traffic ticket, be it for speeding or an illegal lane change, may mean paying a few dollars, more than a few tickets, along with the severity of the circumstances, can add up to big headaches for you as a driver, a consumer, and a person who appreciates their freedom. Sometimes a ticket isn't worth arguing over, even if you think you were in the right, but other times, you really need to take the ticket to a judge and fight it with everything you have.
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Should You Have Legal Help With Your Car Accident Claim?

Posted on: 2 August 2018

In spite of the perception that accident victims in the United States are all too ready to file lawsuits, when your situation fits the qualifications you might be foolish not to take action. Many of the same people insisting that too many lawsuits are being filed are also probably thinking that the insurance company will do their part and provide hurt people with compensation. Read on to get a better idea of knowing when you need to hire a personal injury lawyer.
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Can You File A Wrongful Death Lawsuit If Your Loved One Is Killed In A Train Accident?

Posted on: 9 July 2018

Hundreds of trains travel the rails on a daily basis. Both commuter and freight trains ride the rails, crossing the country at all hours of the day. For the most part, these trips are safe, and everyone gets to their destination with no problems happening. Once in awhile, there is an accident or derailment that might happen that is severe enough to cause injuries and death. If your loved one was killed in a train accident, is it possible to sue the rail company for wrongful death?
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From Greenstick Fracture To Amputation: Why This May Be Medical Malpractice

Posted on: 18 April 2018

A greenstick fracture is a bone break whereby one or more bones are broken across the transverse section of the bone(s) to the middle of the bone(s). Greenstick fractures are typically only found in children teens, but young adults can have them too. If you were in an accident and came into the hospital with an open greenstick fracture (i.e., broken bones jutting out through the flesh), and you ended up with an amputation, this may be grounds for medical malpractice.
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