Most personal injury lawsuits are filed over accidents, such as auto accidents. However, many personal injury cases are not from accidents, but from intentional acts of harm. In the context of personal injury law, these acts are known as “assault” and “battery.” In a typical case, the victim of an assault and/or battery sues the offender, seeking compensation for the injuries and damages obtained from the incident. However, what kind of conduct amounts to an "assault" and "battery"? This blog will go over everything you need to know about assault battery cases in relation to personal injury.
The start of a new year is here, along with the rainy season. These rainy months are the time of the year where most car accidents take place. Many different factors add to the causes of these accidents. This blog will go over how to prepare your car for the rainy season to prevent car accidents during this wet season.
The day you accept the settlement from the insurance company or defense attorney is a huge relief; your case is resolved! But you may be wondering, is a personal injury settlement taxable? In some cases, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is entitled to part of your settlement. In this article, we'll look at some of the scenarios where a personal injury settlement is taxable.
When cars and motorcycles travel along the same road, it is important that both be highly perceptive of their surroundings. However, in many cases that doesn’t happen, which leads to accidents. This blog will go over the top 5 causes for car and motorcycle collisions to then be able to reduce the chances of them occurring.
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