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road construction negligence

Personal Injury July 13, 2017

What Constitutes Negligence in Road Construction?

Construction is a dangerous business, not just for the workers, but for anyone who happens to come in contact with the site. Mistakes on road construction projects can be nothing short of catastrophic for the victims. These can result in not just major injuries, but significant liability. However, it’s important to know how to pursue […]

Case Updates June 20, 2017

Facebook to Advertisers: We Never Promised Accurate Data

SAN FRANCISCO (CN) – Fighting off claims that it used false metrics to coax customers into buying video ads, a Facebook attorney said Monday that the social media giant never promised to give accurate data. “Plaintiffs are seeking to add a new term to the contract – to make Facebook provide metrics and add an […]

Case Updates June 19, 2017

Law360.com Facebook Update

Facebook Says Advertisers Can’t Sue Over False Metrics By Cara Bayles Law360, San Francisco (June 19, 2017, 8:09 PM EDT) — Facebook Inc. asked a California federal judge on Monday to toss a putative class action alleging the company misled advertisers with false consumer viewing metrics, saying the data was a free service it was […]

insurance companies and accidents

Personal Injury June 1, 2017

Top 3 Tricks Insurance Companies Use to Avoid Paying Claims

When you get hurt in any sort of accident, it’s only fair that the person responsible for your injury should pay for the damages you’ve suffered. Unfortunately, it’s rarely that easy and all-too-few people step up to the plate and take responsibility. This goes double for insurance companies, who don’t make money by paying it […]

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Car Accidents May 4, 2017

Ensuring Witness Credibility for Your Accident

When you’re in an accident and you need to pursue a claim that’s challenged by the other party, you’ll need to backup your claim. Witnesses can be an outstanding way to accomplish this, as they can support your word about the sequence of events. However, the other driver may have their own witnesses, or may […]

unisured motorist coverage

Car Accidents April 27, 2017

What To Do If the Driver Who Caused Your Accident is Uninsured

It is likely that at some point in your life you will be the victim of an automobile accident. There are hundreds of thousands of car crashes every year. When this happens, one of the drivers is almost always at fault, and they and their insurance company are responsible for damages you suffer, whether your […]

can passengers get compensation from car accident

Car Accidents February 2, 2017

Can Passengers Get Compensated in Car Accident Lawsuits?

You’re out on the town with friends, cruising the strip and enjoying yourself in the passenger seat, when suddenly the unthinkable occurs: a horrible accident which leaves you in pain and even disabled. You’ve got a long road to recovery and you feel like someone should be held responsible for the damages you’ve suffered. Many […]

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Personal Injury January 26, 2017

Taking on the Insurance Company

If you are injured as a result of someone else’s negligence, you deserve compensation for your injuries. The person who caused your pain should do the right thing and accept responsibility for their actions. They or their insurance company should pay for your medical bills, loss of income, pain and suffering, and any other damages […]

inattentive driving law

Car Accidents January 5, 2017

“Inattentive Driving” — Nevada’s New Law

Distracted drivers, watch out! For a long time, we’ve known about the dangers of people not paying attention while they drive, and many states have even passed laws making the use of cell phones behind the wheel illegal. Unfortunately, for far too often we ignore the other kinds of distracted driving. People eating and drinking […]

senior care

Family Law December 29, 2016

Choosing a Safe Senior Care Facility

It’s never easy placing an elderly loved one in a care facility. They feel betrayed and you might even feel like you’re betraying them. However, in many cases this is simply what’s best for everyone involved. As people approach their advanced years, caring for them requires specialized training and knowledge that their loved ones, no […]