4 Elements Of A Wrongful Death Lawsuit

To hold another party responsible after losing a loved one requires proving their negligence is what caused their wrongful death. Negligence is a legal term that defines a party’s failure to exercise the reasonable care expected of them in a particular situation. Establishing negligence requires demonstrating the following four elements. 


Can I Sue if I Fall on a Sidewalk?

The Initial Tumble: Understanding Liability Embarking on the legal voyage following a sidewalk misstep begins with a fundamental comprehension of liability. In the legal spectrum, liability often hinges on the duty of care – a bounden duty to maintain a safe environment for others. When a sidewalk fall occurs, it


Personal Injury Settlement Agreement Explained

If you were injured in a preventable accident caused by another party’s negligence, you might be entitled to compensation by filing a personal injury claim. Most personal injury claims are resolved before they reach the courtroom because the parties reach a settlement agreement. A settlement agreement is a legally binding


First Party vs. Third Party Insurance Claims

After a personal injury accident, especially car accidents, you typically have the option of filing a first or third party insurance claim. These terms have to do with which insurance company you file an injury claim with.  What is a First-Party Insurance Claim?  A first-party insurance claim is filed by


Basics of Social Security Disability Benefits

Social Security Disability is a federally mandated insurance program designed to provide assistance to people with disabilities. This program pays monetary and health benefits to individuals who are unable to work resulting from physical and/or mental health conditions. There are two disability programs. The first program is called Social Security

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