Car accidents are a serious threat that can lead to expensive medical bills or loss of life.
Repetitive Motion Injuries May Be More Serious than You Think
Job duties that require you to repeat the same motions can make you vulnerable to serious injury. Although a particular motion does not seem like it could cause harm on its own...
Lifting Patients a Common Cause of Injury in Health Care
When you make your living as an Illinois nurse or in a similar health care position, you may have to lift patients regularly as part of your job duties.
Legal Experience Brings Better Results
When you suffer an injury or experience a wrongful situation, your first instinct is likely to turn to an attorney for help. But there are many attorneys out there and not all of them have the experience that can yield effective results for your case.
3 Social Media Posts that May Complicate Your Injury Case
If you suffer an injury, your first instinct may be to notify your social media followers. After all, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other platforms offer an easy way to communicate with friends...
3 Questions to Ask a Prospective Personal Injury Attorney
If you have sustained a serious injury in a car crash, animal attack or slip-and-fall accident, you may be in a great deal of pain. You may also be struggling to pay medical bills and everyday expenses.
Avoid Saying Sorry After an Accident
Experiencing any type of accident is scary. As your first instinct in an overwhelming situation, you may try to apologize to the others involved.
What Happens After a Personal Injury Claim Is Over?
If a person, product or business causes you to become injured, you may find yourself struggling to move forward in life. Issues other than medical bills and time lost from work could lie ahead...
Teach Your Kids to Avoid Dog Bites
The likelihood of your child receiving a bite from a dog is much higher than it is for you. This is true for a number of reasons. Children are more likely to misinterpret signs of a dog’s aggression as friendly overtures.
Personal Injury Exceptions to The Statute of Limitations
In legal practice, a “fact pattern” describes a summary of basic facts about a case. When a claim is straightforward, it may be relatively easy to identify the underlying issues and apply relevant legal principles.