Who Is Responsible For Car Accidents In A Parking Lot Or Garage?

Parking lots and large garages can be difficult for drivers to navigate. Accidents happen frequently, particularly during the winter when the ground is slick and the lots are crowded with seasonal shoppers. Because cars are often cutting through the lot irregularly and moving in different directions, it's easy to get confused about the rules. This can make it exceptionally difficult to figure out who is responsible when an accident does occur. [Read More]

When Sporting Events Turn Violent: Who Do You Sue?

Sometimes you see it on the news. Sometimes TV coverage of a live event catches what happens. What is going on? Some sporting events that go horribly wrong and become violent, and people are injured as a result. Is there reasonable grounds for a lawsuit? If so, who do you sue? Here is what a personal injury lawyer might have to say about the matter.  People Hit with Fly Balls Have to Sign a Waiver, So. [Read More]

Evidence To Strengthen A Slip And Fall Injury Case

One of the things that determine the strength of your personal injury case is the weight of the evidence you have. Ideally, you need to have irrefutable evidence that proves your claim – evidence that even the defendant cannot disapprove. Below are some of the pieces of evidence you can use for a slip and fall injury case. Clothing and Shoes The damage to your clothes and shoes can help you prove your claim if they are consistent with your injuries. [Read More]

Reasons Why Your Motorcycle Personal Injury Case May Not Settle Before Going To Trial

The majority of personal injury cases, including motorcycle accident cases, end in a settlement before the case ever goes to trial. There are many benefits to settling the case before trial. You are able to get money faster, you have control over the outcome of the case, and you avoid a lengthy and costly trial. Unfortunately, not every case settles prior to the trial. Here are a few of the top reasons why your motorcycle personal injury case may not settle before going to trial. [Read More]