Month: October 2014

How to Build a Winning Bicycle Injury Case

One tenth of a second. That is how quickly a bicycle accident can occur. Of course, you do all you can to diminish the likelihood of an accident. You wear a certified helmet and other requisite cycling gear. Your bike has reflectors to make you more visible. You only ride in the bike lane and… Read More »

When Your Personal Injury Compensation Is in the Jury’s Hands

After watching television shows like Law & Order, The Good Wife, and Perry Mason, you might have an idea of what’s involved in the criminal justice system. However, in reality, intense amounts of questioning don’t always drive the guilty party to confess in court. The courts are in place to settle disputes. Individuals file a… Read More »

Dog Bites

Dog Bites: Liability from the Owner’s Point of View According to the Center of Disease Control, there are over 800,000 dog bite victims every year in the US. 1 out of every 5 of these injuries require medical attention in a hospital emergency room. In 2013, 32 fatalities occurred from dog bites. Pit bulls contribute… Read More »