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Getting Your Life Back

Five years ago, another vehicle struck my car from behind while I was driving to a college class at night. Immediately, I started feeling pressure in my neck. After surveying the damage to my car, I was heartbroken. I knew the back bumper of my vehicle would have to be replaced. Thankfully, the pressure in my neck quickly subsided; and, I was able to get my car fixed quickly. Sadly, other people’s situations don’t end as well as mine did. Every year, many people are seriously injured in car wrecks. If you’ve recently sustained physical injuries or damage to your vehicle from a car crash, consider consulting with a reputable accident and personal injury lawyer. On this blog, you will discover the ways an accident and personal injury attorney can help you get your life back after a car wreck.

Four Tips For Preventing Serious Motorcycle Accidents

As a motorcyclist, it's important that you are doing what you can to protect yourself. Unfortunately, motorcycle accidents are all too common and many people believe it to be the motorcyclist's fault. However, it's actually typically the driver of a car or truck on the road simply because many people fail to keep in mind that they are sharing the road with those who also drive motorcycles. Here are four tips to help prevent a serious motorcycle accident: Read More 

Four Reasons To Sue For Wrongful Death

If you have had a family member die without warning and the death was caused as the result of carelessness by another individual or party, you will want to sue for wrongful death. After all, it's likely taken a huge toll on your family, and it's only right to be compensated for this. Here are four specific reasons you should pursue the case: Funerals are Expensive: Not only are funerals expensive, but that's even more so the case if it's a funeral that needs to be planned unexpectedly. Read More 

Distracted And Dangerous – Why You Need To Protect Yourself If You Should Get In An Accident With A Distracted Pedestrian

In 2017, Honolulu, Hawaii, became the first major city in the United States to make it illegal for pedestrians to use their cellphones while walking except for emergency purposes. The Distracted Walking Law was put into effect because Honolulu had more pedestrians being hit in crosswalks by vehicles than most other major cities in the country. But this problem is definitely not just confined to Honolulu. All across the United States, pedestrians are tripping, running into objects and even stepping in front of vehicles because they are staring at the screens on their cell phones. Read More 

What To Do When You Suspect Nursing-Home Abuse

If you have a parent or other elderly loved one currently in nursing-home care, you may find yourself wondering about the quality of your loved one's treatment in their nursing-home environment. In a perfect world, you would be able to trust the people caring for your loved one without question. However, it is not a perfect world, and it is important to know what you can and should do when you suspect nursing-home abuse. Read More 

Prepping To File: Social Security Disability

When a medical issue keeps you from doing your job, you may have a financial option available. The government offers help for those unable to work at their job, and if you qualify you can expect to replace at least a part of your salary using the monthly benefit. Since the application can be a bit complicated, you can increase your chances of a successful application by doing some prep work before you file. Read More