No experience can match the heartbreak of losing a loved one. This is especially true when a family member dies unexpectedly due to the negligent or malicious actions of another person.
You may already know that a motorcycle crash is likely to cause severe injuries. What you may not know, though, is that the vast majority of motorcycle accidents stem from human errors such as speeding, driving under the influence, and tailgating.
If you or someone you love sustained debilitating injuries in a collision with a semi-truck, you may be wondering what to do next. There are countless myths regarding truck collisions and the claims that follow, and acting on any of them could hurt your chances of recovering fair compensation for medical bills, lost income, and other damages.
Car accidents are often associated with brain injuries, broken bones, and paralysis, but the emotional trauma of a serious collision can be just as arduous as the physical wounds. Motor vehicle wrecks are a leading cause of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in the United States; in fact, according to the American Family Physician, nearly 9 percent of people involved in car wrecks develop symptoms of PTSD.
In the state of Louisiana, most employers are required to provide workers’ compensation insurance to their employees. If an employer does not provide this insurance, he or she may be required to pay for an injured employee’s medical care, wage benefits, and other benefits out of pocket.
Sports equipment, kitchen appliances, furniture – just about any type of product can have a dangerous defect. According to Statista, federal agencies in the United States issued 4,217 product recalls in 2015, most of which involved dangerous defects. If you were injured by a defective product, you may have grounds for a personal injury claim.