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How to Stay Safe on Dangerous Missouri Roads - St. Louis Car Crash Lawyer

Beautiful as it may be, driving through Missouri can also be quite dangerous.

Product Liability Law in Los Angeles California

Under California law manufacturers, distributors and sellers of commercial products have a responsibility to consumers to ensure their products are safe for consumer use.

Defective Motorcycle Gear & Product Liability Laws In California

Many times, product liability lawsuits can arise out of a motorcycle accident. Manufacturers and sellers can be held liable for personal injury-related expenses, such as medical expenses, when a motorcyclist’s injuries are caused by or even worsened by defective motorcycle product and motorcycle protective gear.

A hands-on attorney makes a difference

Those injured through the negligence of others face many challenges, particularly when the injuries are severe.

Commercial truck sideguards may reduce cyclist fatalities

In Washington State, cyclists and commercial trucks share the road. In urban areas, large trucks are particularly dangerous for cyclists.

Determining Percentage of Fault After a St. Louis Car Accident

Your fault percentage affects how much compensation you get, and if the costs are high, you may be forced to partially cover them yourself.

Michigan Auto No Fault in a Nutshell

Michigan Auo No-Fault in a Nutshell is a one page Summary at http://bauchan.com/auto-no-fault-summary/3616462 of the wonderful law Michigan has had since 1973 but which virtually NO drivers understand yet it BOTH lets them sue persons at fault for their injuries AND ALSO provides them with unlimited medical expenses, Work Loss for 3 years even if unemployed when injured, 3 years at $20 per day for chores, 12% penalty interest if not paid in 30 days, and actual costs & attorney fees for suit against the insurer.

FOUR DIFFERENCES BETWEEN INDIANAPOLIS TRUCK ACCIDENTS AND CAR ACCIDENTS

If you have seen an accident involving a large truck or commercial vehicle, you already know that these crashes are not your typical traffic accident. Accidents involving large vehicles are different from crashes involving cars, small trucks, or motorcycles. Semi-trucks, 18-wheelers, and other large truck accidents typically result in more fatalities and catastrophic injuries than collisions involving only passenger vehicles. However, there are other differences that make accident claims involving large trucks more difficult to handle.

WHAT DOES AN INDIANAPOLIS PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEY DO FOR YOU?

You may see or hear advertisements by personal injury attorneys on the internet, the radio, or the television, but what does a personal injury attorney do? A personal injury attorney represents clients who have civil liability claims. They handle cases which involve intentional torts or negligence. A civil lawsuit seeks compensation from a person or entity that caused harm to another person. A personal injury attorney is hired to represent the injured party to negotiate a settlement of the claim or file a personal injury lawsuit when the parties cannot settle a dispute.

DO’S AND DON’TS GUIDE FROM AN INDIANAPOLIS PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEY

Are you ready to learn about the do’s and don’ts for a personal injury claim from an experienced Indianapolis personal injury lawyer? In this article we discuss: What Should You Do Following A Personal Injury Accident? Things That Could Hurt Your Personal Injury Claim Steps Involved In Investigating A Personal Injury Claim & Settling a Claim Types Of Personal Injury Cases Handled By Poynter & Bucheri The steps you take impact your chance of receiving compensation for your damages, injuries, and losses. Our Indianapolis personal injury attorneys provide the following do’s and don’ts for personal injury claims to help accident victims and their families avoid some of the potential missteps and errors that can hurt their chance of holding the party who caused their injury liable and responsible for damages.

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