The family of the truck driver who died in a fatal
truck accident may have a wrongful death
claim if negligence is found to have
played a role in causing the accident.
A fatal truck accident that occurred on Highway 61 in Pike County just before 6 pm on Tuesday November 5 has claimed the life of... Read Full Post
When delivery truck drivers are responsible for causing
truck accidents, accident victims will likely be entitled to
compensation for injuries and losses.
Like large semis and some tractor trailers, delivery trucks are regularly on the roads, and when they are involved in traffic accidents, they... Read Full Post
When medical professionals are not properly trained, are exhausted or abuse drugs, they are more likely to make surgery mistakes that can seriously injure patients.
Surgery is often a viable option to help treat a number of different conditions, and when patients need to undergo surgery, they want... Read Full Post
When vehicle equipment failure causes a car accident,
injured parties may be entitled to compensation for their
injuries and losses from the equipment manufacturer.
Although the majority of car accidents are caused by some type of driver error, in some cases, traffic accidents are the result of a... Read Full Post
Choosing a lump sum payment for a personal injury
settlement is a better option if tax issues may become a
concern or if inflation could devalue a structured settlement
in the future.
In the aftermath of a personal injury lawsuit, it may be difficult for plaintiffs to choose between whether to opt... Read Full Post
A structured annuity payment for a personal injury
settlement can be a better choice if an individual is
concerned about spending the settlement money too
When a personal injury lawsuit is settled in favor of a plaintiff, the plaintiff will typically have a choice between whether to take a... Read Full Post
The NFL settled in a major class action brain injury
lawsuit with thousands of retired football players,
agreeing to pay the plaintiffs $765 million over brain
Recently, the National Football League (NFL) settled in a major class action brain injury lawsuit with thousands of... Read Full Post
Although DUI and drug charges are serious, they can be
easier than alcohol-related DUIs for skilled DUI defense
lawyers to fight in court.
Facing DUI charges can be incredibly stressful, particularly when considering the possibility that a conviction can result in a number of serious and some long-... Read Full Post
Illinois teen driving laws include a graduated driver’s license
program that requires teen drivers to get a learner’s permit
and a restricted license before they can obtain a full driver’s
In Illinois, as in many states, first-time teenage drivers have to complete a graduated driver’s... Read Full Post
Missouri teen driving restrictions include a Graduated
Driver’s License law that requires first-time teen drivers to
obtain a permit and intermediate license before getting a
full driver’s license.
Car accidents are the leading cause of death for teenagers between the ages of 15 and 19 years old,... Read Full Post
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