Legal Articles, Accident & Injury

SHOULD YOU HIRE A LOCAL ACCIDENT ATTORNEY IF YOU ARE IN A WRECK WHILE ON VACATION IN SOUTH CAROLINA?

Points to consider when hiring an attorney for an accident in a state where you don't live.

What Should You Do After a Car Accident in South Carolina?

Quick reference of important steps after a car accident in South Carolina.

Lost Income & Earning Capacity After a St. Louis Auto Accident

When you are in a car accident and are injured, you generally have to file an insurance claim to recover compensation from the party at fault for the accident.

Your Rights as a Passenger Injured in a St. Louis Auto Accident

Often, passengers who were injured in a car accident are reluctant to file any claims because the at-fault driver was often the one driving the car they were in, making it more likely to be a friend or family member. Here's why you shouldn't avoid pursuing a claim.

How Can a Missouri Car Accident Lawyer Help Your Injury Case?

An experienced Missouri car accident lawyer is the most helpful person in handling personal injury cases. These attorneys most often work on a contingency fee basis, and they negotiate the case well as they get paid only when the claim is successfully resolved.

5 Things Missouri Workers Compensation Generally Doesn't Cover

even if your employer offers worker’s comp insurance, it doesn’t mean you are always covered by it. There are many instances where an injury or illness can fall outside of this program.

4 Common Types of Medical Malpractice Explained

If you have suffered injury or harm while under the care of a doctor, physician assistant, nurse, or another healthcare professional, you might be entitled to seek financial compensation through a medical malpractice claim. Medical malpractice involves a situation in which a patient has suffered injury or illness as a result of a health care professional’s negligent behavior.

What To Do If You’ve Been Hurt in a Construction Accident

Construction work is very dangerous. Construction workers risk serious, life-threatening injuries on the job site. If you’ve been hurt in a construction accident in New York, you may be dealing with piling medical bills pile up and are unable to work.

What Types of Compensation Can I Recover After a New York Car Accident?

Were you hurt in a car accident in New York that was no fault of your own? If so, you might be entitled to compensation. Allow the experienced and compassionate New York car accident lawyers of Finz & Finz, P.C. to fight tirelessly for the compensation you deserve and help make you whole again. This blog will detail the types of compensation you may be entitled to after your New York car accident.

Dangerous Conditions and Owner Liability

Generally speaking, the owner of a property has a legal obligation to maintain that property in a safe and reasonable condition. When a property owner fails to properly maintain their property, and someone is injured, the injured party may bring a premises liability claim. Dangerous conditions include and snow, broken steps, potholes, equipment lying in the yard, torn carpet. These are all potential hazards that can cause slips, trips, and falls that result in severe injuries or even death. Property owners have a duty to address any potential hazards in and around the property.

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