2 Things To Know Before You File A Wrongful Death Suit

Posted on: 15 January 2019

If you have lost a loved one because they died in an accident, there are things that you can do. One of those things is to sue the person who was responsible for their death in a wrongful death suit. If you are going to do that, then there are things that you need to know before you start.  Crime Victim If your loved one was a victim of a crime and they died because of it, but their alleged attacker was acquitted, you can still file a wrongful death lawsuit against them.
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Surprising Injuries In Commercial Kitchens

Posted on: 14 January 2019

Commercial kitchens can be dangerous places to work. Employees are surrounded by potential safety hazards, from sharp knives to hot stoves. While most people know that they need to exercise caution in a commercial kitchen to avoid slipping or burning themselves, there are some lesser known causes of injury that can be found in the kitchen. Become familiar with these hazards so that you can avoid a serious personal injury in the future.
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Questions You Should Consider Before Accepting A Car Accident Settlement

Posted on: 10 January 2019

Settling a car accident case is not something that typically occurs overnight. Instead, it often takes weeks, months, or even years to settle a case, and you should never agree to a settlement until you have thought it through from every angle. In fact, here are three important questions you should always consider before you agree to a settlement amount for your car accident case. Does the amount cover all your damages?
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Enjoy Winter Walks? 4 Steps To Take If You're Involved In A Pedestrian Versus Auto Accident

Posted on: 8 January 2019

If you're going to be out walking this winter, you need to be concerned about pedestrian versus automobile accidents. Pedestrians aren't as visible during the winter months, especially during snow storms, which increases the risk of being struck by a vehicle. Not to mention the fact that roads are slick during the winter, which reduces the control that motorists have over their vehicles. If you're the victim of a pedestrian versus automobile accident this winter, here are four steps you'll need to take right away.
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