Archive for the ‘Personal Injury Law’ Category

Know Your Rights about Birth Injury Law

While modern medicine has dramatically reduced the risk of birth injuries, they still occur. The birth of a child can be the most beautiful experience in life. For parents, this starts a new chapter, one filled with joy and, sometimes, anguish. When a child suffers a birth injury, it creates confusion, fear, and guilt. Whether […]

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May 11th, 2018

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Personal Injury Law

Know Your Legal Rights Following a Data Breach

When several data breaches happened a few years back, people hoped that was the end of it. Since that time, this has unfortunately become an all-too-common occurrence. Most recently, data breaches impacting Equifax, one of the three primary credit reporting agencies, and the social media giant Facebook have millions of people asking about their legal […]

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April 27th, 2018

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Personal Injury Law

How to Get Medical Bills Paid from a Collapsed Balcony Accident

Most people think that collapsed outside balcony accidents are rare when, in fact, they occur relatively often. In Chicago, Illinois, alone, more than 6,500 such incidents happened from 2003 to present time. Nationwide, the number is staggering with roughly 224,000 people injured from balcony accidents between 2003 and 2007. Responsible Parties The most common injuries […]

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April 20th, 2018

Category:
Personal Injury Law

Getting Compensation for a Grain Elevator Accident

Even with ongoing awareness campaigns, the number of grain elevator accidents continues to rise in the United States. As part of a grain handling facility, the elevator is a building used for storing grain as well as the equipment required to move grain into and out of delivery trucks. Although it’s a necessity for corn, […]

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February 15th, 2018

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Personal Injury Law

My New Car Is a Lemon – Can I Sue the Dealership?

When purchasing a used vehicle, the law considers it “as is,” meaning that if something immediately goes wrong, the buyer is financially responsible for repairs. This is known as “Buyer Beware,” and it’s why people should always have a used car checked out by an independent mechanic. However, if you’ve purchased a new vehicle only […]

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December 16th, 2017

Category:
Personal Injury Law