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What comes after car accident deposition – Part 2

In our previous blog posts we discussed what happens after your car accident. We mentioned that lawyers of both sides will do a deposition to take statements from you, from the at-fault driver, witnesses and medical examiners. Then those depositions get transcribed and reviewed by the lawyers. So what’s next? Trial Once both sides have… Read more

What comes after a car accident deposition? Part 1

There are millions of cars on US roads every day, which results in extreme congestion and of course more accidents. Those that were unfortunate to be involved in a car accident, need to have an experienced personal injury lawyer on their side to work on getting compensation for their injuries, so they don’t have stress… Read more

How do pedestrian car accidents happen?

Based on one of the previous reports from NHTSA, about 5,000 people die every year in traffic-related pedestrian accidents. And several of these are actually caused by car crashes. But over the years we’ve seen the number of pedestrian deaths rise above 5,000 and more than 129,000 pedestrians seek medical attention in emergency room. Despite… Read more

Don’t ignore your car’s diminished value after an accident

Even though being in a car accident is scary and devastating, but the accident itself is rarely the end of the story. After a car accident you will most likely be overwhelmed with phone calls from insurance agencies and the police which certainly adds a bit more stress to the whole situation of losing your… Read more

Lower automobile-related fatalities but increased trucking fatalities

Fatal auto accidents are something we often hear about on the news, and the reports sometimes make us wonder – is the number of accidents going down or up? The laws of texting while driving, additional enforcement on drinking while driving and the variety of safety measures should really make a difference. According to the… Read more

Covid-19 and Workers’ Compensation

The coronavirus outbreak has impacted many areas of our lives, it has also effected the way we and our work as well. Policies regarding shutdowns non-essential work, social distancing and remote work, have impacted both employers and workers around the world. Some industries, which have been heavily affected by the outbreak and where the risk… Read more

Questions you need to ask your auto insurance policy

Auto insurance is not just a legal formality and requirement. It’s also a very important aspect in protecting your financial stability and health. Before picking an auto insurance company, you need to know what type of insurance is there, what coverage they offer and what will happen to your premium if you get into a… Read more

Wrongful Death – 10 most common questions

Sometimes, we lose someone we love due to someone else’s carelessness or reckless behavior. In those situations, it’s important to know a few things about filling a wrongful death lawsuit. There are a lot of questions about this and the process might not be simple. So we decided to share with you the 10 most… Read more

Coronavirus disinfectant safety tips

The Covid-19 outbreak, caused by the novel coronavirus, is something we never faced before. In the US alone, there are over 300 thousand confirmed cases. People are advised to isolate, keep the social distancing measures and to work from home if possible. In order to keep their homes safe too, many people rely on the… Read more

Medical mistakes are more likely if your doctor is tired

It’s not a surprise that healthcare providers are more likely to make mistakes at the end of the day, when they are tired after seeing many patients. This is supported by a recent study in JAMA Network Open and was also a topic on Forbes too. The general conclusion is that afternoon fatigue is affecting… Read more