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Will My Animal Attack Claim be Taken Serious if it’s Against an Animal Other than a Dog?
While most court cases concerning animal bites revolve around a dog biting someone, they aren’t the only type of animal that can injure you. The state of New York recognizes that a number of animals may cause harm. Everything from cats to goats can be considered a domestic animal. If one of these animals attacks you, the same laws apply. If someone is keeping a wild animal as a pet, you can also legally sue them. In fact, it’s often […]
- Posted on: Jan 30 2019
Someone is Suing Me for Personal Injury – What Do I Do?
No one wants to be handed paperwork and told that they’re being sued for personal injury. These types of cases often come after an auto accident, although there are many other cases that fall under personal injury. If you’re being sued for damages from this type of case, what do you do? The first thing is to keep as calm as possible. After that, there are a few other things you need to keep in mind. Find any Information You […]
- Posted on: Jan 15 2019
Can I Sue if I Slip and Fall in an Icy Parking Lot?
If you slip and fall on the ice in a parking lot, you might wonder if you have a slip and fall claim. Just as with any other type of slip and fall case, there are several different important factors involved in the outcome. It’s not enough to slip, fall, and be injured. In fact, even if you’re seriously injured, you can still lose a slip and fall case. If you slip and fall on an icy parking lot, here […]
- Posted on: Dec 31 2018
What is a Bad Faith Claim?
If you’ve ever filed a claim with your insurance company, you expected they would honor that claim. To do otherwise would seem illegal, and it is. If you make a claim and the company you’re working with refuse to honor the contract you have with them, you have the foundation for a bad faith claim. Your insurance company has a duty to work with you fairly and honestly. When they do not, you should take action. What Constitutes “Bad Faith”? […]
- Posted on: Dec 15 2018
Top 3 Myths about Personal Injury Cases
Do you believe you have a personal injury case? If so, you may assume you have this case because you believe one or more of the different myths out there about personal injury lawsuits. There are many misconceptions about these lawsuits, which is why it’s important that you know what’s true and what’s simply a myth or misinformation. Here are three of these myths that many people believe, but simply aren’t true. Myth 1: You’ll Walk Away with a Lot […]
- Posted on: Nov 28 2018
Do I Have a Wrongful Death Case?
Do you believe that a loved one has died due to another person’s actions or negligence? If so, you may have a wrongful death case. However, before you file a wrongful death lawsuit, you’ll want to make certain that you have a strong case. Talking to an attorney who specializes in these cases is necessary before you go to court, but before you do that, it’s a good idea to know if you even have a case. Here are some […]
- Posted on: Nov 15 2018
Social Media and Personal Injury – What Not to Do
When you’re dealing with anything major in your life, you may be tempted to post about it on social media. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and other social media sites keep us connected and allow us to share what’s going on in our lives. But while you’re sharing with friends and family, you may also be sharing with many other people, and that’s not always a good idea. This is especially true if you’re in the middle of a personal injury case. […]
- Posted on: Oct 31 2018
Are You Responsible if Someone is Hurt at Your House?
If someone gets hurt at your house, your business, or any other property you own, you can be legally responsible for their injury. However, it’s not quite as simple as that. Someone may get hurt in an accident at your home yet not be your fault. Premises liability does not mean you are legally responsible for every single thing that happens in your home. That’s why it’s very important for you to know what your legal responsibilities are. Who Got […]
- Posted on: Oct 18 2018
What Should I Do Following a Hit and Run?
Hit and run accidents are, unfortunately, more common than you might think. When you’re hit by another vehicle and the driver simply drives away, it can be frustrating. You may feel like nothing can be done, so you don’t even bother to call the police if you can still drive your car. However, that’s not the best idea. Here are some of the things you should do after a hit and run so you have a better chance of getting […]
- Posted on: Sep 25 2018
Can I Sue the City of New York if I’m Injured While Walking Near Road Construction?
If you were injured while walking near road construction, you may need to sue to receive the compensation you’re owed. But who do you sue? Your first inclination is likely the construction crew, but you may also want to consider suing the city of New York. Suing a city for personal injury isn’t as simple as suing a business or person, but it can be done. The process is, however, longer and more complex. Make a Notice of Claim Before […]
- Posted on: Sep 15 2018
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