6 Ways To Prove Emotional Distress In A Personal Injury Case

When injuries are physical and can be seen with the naked eye, proving their existence—and how they negatively impact your life—isn't all that difficult. But when you're suffering from emotional distress or mental anguish, seeking compensation can be a little more challenging. If you've been injured and have suffered from anxiety, depression, frustration, bitterness, or even guilt, these symptoms should not be dismissed, especially if the accident was a direct cause of your suffering. [Read More]

Wedding Day Disaster: Limo Crashes & Financial Impacts on Your Ruined Celebration

There's no good time for a car crash, but there are certainly times where car crashes are a lot worse than others. One of these times would be your wedding day. A wedding is supposed to be one of the most memorable days of your life. This doesn't mean that it should also be one of the worst. Like many brides and grooms, you likely hired a limo service for transportation to and from a variety of wedding venues. [Read More]

Three Things You Need To Beware Of When Signing A Confidentiality Agreement When You Settle Your Car Accident Case

While personal injury lawsuit settlements are generally not publicly accessible like cases heard in court, the litigants can still discuss what happened in them to anyone they like. Sometimes, though, the defendant in the case will require the plaintiff to sign a confidentiality clause as a condition of the settlement, which means no one who is party to the suit can discuss it with non-privileged parties. If you find this issue comes up in your case, here are three reasons you should be wary about signing a confidentiality agreement. [Read More]

The Importance Of Documentation In Your Medical Malpractice Claim

It's no secret that medical malpractice lawsuits can be a lengthy and complicated affair. The possibility of your receiving a fair settlement depends on the amount of evidence that's brought forward in your favor. This is where comprehensive documentation comes into play. The following explains the importance of documentation and how it can effectively build a solid case resulting in a favorable settlement. Why is Documentation So Important? Written documentation is just one of the many pieces of the medical malpractice puzzle. [Read More]