Since everyone’s life is different, people go through all kinds of experiences throughout their life. Unfortunately, some of these experiences are traumatic and result in long-lasting injuries, which is why it is not uncommon for personal injury claimants to have pre-existing injuries.
Most people have some knowledge of what a personal injury claim is. You are injured by what someone else did or didn’t do, and you file a claim against their insurance coverage to recoup your medical expenses, lost wages, and other damages they have caused you.
The loss of a family member can be very emotional and painful, especially when caused by someone else's negligent actions. Fortunately, the surviving loved ones of the decedent may be able to hold the at-fault party liable and seek compensation for their unexpected loss by filing a wrongful death claim or lawsuit.
Being injured on a business’s property can be a distressing situation. Emergency room visits, doctor’s appointments, and ongoing treatment all add up over time. That is why receiving fair compensation for personal injuries sustained on public property is highly important.
Dog bites and dog attacks are common occurrences in South Carolina that usually leave the victims with minor or severe injuries, hospitalized, and unable to work. Fortunately, South Carolina dog bite laws allow injured victims to pursue fair financial compensation for their injuries and damages.
Among the most memorable life experiences are falling in love, getting engaged, and eventually getting married to your sweetheart. However, staying in love requires extra effort. While hoping for a long-lasting relationship, you can also prepare for an unanticipated marital breakdown alongside. A marital agreement offers an excellent way to protect your assets and finances, define expectations, achieve financial security and peace of mind.
Being involved in a car accident can be a difficult and unsettling experience. Such an unfortunate event usually leaves victims with physical injuries. In severe cases, the accident victim may be hospitalized, incapacitated, or become unable to work.
Car accidents can be traumatic events for everyone involved—but all too often the focus seems to be on the drivers involved, and less on the passengers.
Anyone with children knows how hard it can be to juggle their lives and all their activities. For families with divorced parents, this can be even more complicated since you now have to establish and maintain a parenting plan that works for everyone.
Almost all states require motorists to carry at least a minimum amount of liability insurance coverage. However, there are numerous drivers who drive without any insurance or do not buy enough coverage, despite it being against the law.