What is a Negligence Claim

What is a Negligence Claim

In most personal injury cases, negligence needs to be proven. As a general negligence definition—when a person acts careless and their actions lead to an injury or damages, they may be guilty of negligence. There are four elements to negligence—duty of care, breach of...
What Makes Commercial Trucks So Dangerous

What Makes Commercial Trucks So Dangerous

When you drive on the freeway, you’re used to sharing the road with commercial trucks. Hopefully, you don’t have any bad experiences with semi trucks on your travels, but if you do – they could be serious. Any type of car collision is dangerous, but adding a...
Pedestrian Accidents

Pedestrian Accidents

Everyone is a pedestrian, almost every day. We walk the sidewalks, cross streets, wait for buses, and use our feet to get everywhere we need to go. Unfortunately, there are dangers to being a pedestrian. Walking or standing near roads means you are vulnerable to being...
How To Prove Fault in a Pedestrian Case

How To Prove Fault in a Pedestrian Case

In a car wreck involving a pedestrian, it’s almost always the driver who is at fault. But that is not always the case. There are a few things to consider. Was the driver speeding or running a red light? Did the pedestrian wander into traffic without looking? Were the...
Injured in a Parking Lot: Who is Liable?

Injured in a Parking Lot: Who is Liable?

Have you been injured in a parking lot recently? Who is liable for your injury? Well, that depends. There may be certain aspects of the parking lot that can leave the property owner liable. But that will depend on the case. Learn more below about when you should file...