What Is Nursing Home Abuse?
10 March 2018
When you select a nursing home for your loved one, you expect him or her to have a peaceful stay. Unfortunately, seniors are at higher risk for abuse and neglect than other populations. Nursing home residents are often more vulnerable to crimes like abuse and negligence -- but what can you do?
Personal injury attorneys understand the significance of abuse and the long-lasting impact it can have on an individual's life.
3 Things To Do If Your Teen Is In A Car Accident
25 February 2018
Now that your teen is driving, the last thing that you probably want to happen is to get a phone call saying that he or she has been involved in an accident. If this does happen, however, following these three steps can help you ensure that your teen handles the situation properly.
1. Give Them Advice on Handling the Situation
Knowing how to handle a car accident can be tricky for adults, and it can be even more difficult for inexperienced teenagers.
Theme Parks And Personal Injury
18 January 2018
Families across the country frequent theme parks during the warm summer months. While a trip to your local theme park should result in fun memories that will last a lifetime, there is always the potential that a seemingly-safe day trip could end in serious injury.
Theme parks are filled with potential hazards, and it's important that you are aware of these hazards so that you can avoid negligent behavior that might lead to an injury.
Personal Injury: 4 Faqs About Car Accident Lawsuits
15 December 2017
When you are involved in an automobile accident, there are many questions that begin to swarm through your mind that you need and want the answers to. Here are the answers to four frequently asked questions related to personal injury car accident lawsuits:
FAQ #1: When Should a Lawsuit Be Filed?
Every state has its own stipulations regarding when you should file your personal injury lawsuit. There is a certain timeframe in which you have to file your lawsuit, should you choose to do so, and this is called the statute of limitations.