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What Is Considered a Personal Injury?

When an injury can lead to a legal claim

How To Find a Personal Injury Attorney

Knowing where to look can be crucial

What Does a Personal Injury Lawyer Do?

How an attorney advocates for your needs and wishes

What Are Common Causes of Personal Injury Claims?

Here are some scenarios that can lead to a lawsuit

How Do I Know If I Have a Personal Injury Case?

Gauging the strengths and weaknesses of your personal injury case

7 Reasons To Hire a Personal Injury Attorney

An experienced attorney can make all the difference

How Much Does It Cost To Hire a Personal Injury Attorney?

The financial impact of making a crucial hire

The 10 Steps of a Personal Injury Lawsuit

Here’s what to expect when you litigate a personal injury claim

The Ins and Outs of a Personal Injury Claim in Indiana

What you need for a successful lawsuit, according to personal injury attorneys

What Makes a Good Personal Injury Case in Texas?

Injury, liability and someone with the ability to pay

How Do You Navigate a Personal Injury Case?

Here's how it all works in Texas

How Do You Find a Good Personal Injury Attorney in Texas?

Things to look for when selecting the law firm to handle your personal injury claim

When Should You Settle a Personal Injury Case?

Why a jury trial isn’t always the best way to go

Does Fault Impact Medical Compensation in an Auto Accident?

How expenses and lost wages are sorted in Upstate New York

What to Do If You're Injured While Riding a Bike

How to expect the unexpected in NYC

Is My Personal Injury Attorney Right for Me?

Comfort and communication are keys

Can You Sue If Someone Gives You COVID?

What New Yorkers can do if someone knowingly puts you at risk of the COVID-19 virus

Do Injured Cyclists Need a Bicycle Law Attorney?

For serious injuries, or otherwise, most likely

How Does Indiana Define Negligence in an Injury Case?

It's a crucial element to the state’s personal injury lawsuits

Damages: What They Are and How They're Calculated

What you stand to gain in a Washington, D.C., personal injury case

Suing New York City for a Pothole Injury

Who's liable when you drive, bike or stumble over an NYC pothole?

When Arbitration and Mediation Meet Personal Injury

What to know if your case goes to alternative dispute resolution in Colorado

How Long Will My Personal Injury Trial Take?

Mediation may be the right choice for your claim

How Do I Prove Fault in a Slip-and-Fall Accident?

A Maryland personal injury liability primer

Protection for Domestic Abuse Victims in Texas

The Address Confidentiality Program may help

Do You Have a Duty to Prevent Suicide?

Massachusetts May Have Limited Circumstances of College Liability

Your DNA Can Be Stolen

Your genetic code is as available as a discarded tissue in Oregon

Is a Restaurant Liable for Allergens in Food?

Legal advice, if you have an adverse reaction in Illinois

Considerations When Looking for a Personal Injury Attorney

Hiring a lawyer is a major decision that requires careful thought

Can You Sue the City for Potholes?

Recovering for damage in New Jersey can be a rough road

What to Do If You Find a Foreign Object in Your Food

An injury attorney can help with your beef. Literally

When Commercial Airlines Are at Fault for Injuries

What to do when a commercial airline is at fault for an injury

Who Pays for a Riot?

Tips for property owners when fans and demonstrators turn destructive in Pennsylvania

Recovering Damages Against a Texas Local Government

How “sovereign immunity” can affect your personal injury claim

When Fake Online Profiles Ruin Lives

What can be done when you’re a victim of Catfishing in California?

If You’re Injured on a Bike in Minnesota

Resolving insurance and legal issues in a cycling accident

Personal Injury Damages and Proportionate Responsibility

Texas limits recovery to plaintiffs who are 50 percent or less responsible

What Payout Can I get in My Personal Injury Case?

Ohio unfortunately caps damages in personal injury lawsuits

What Oregon personal injury attorneys look for in a case

Personal injury cases aren't as simple as they seem

Laws of the Road for Minnesota Bicyclists

Bikes are vehicles in the eyes of the law (with a few exceptions)

Recovering Damages for an Injury Where I'm Partly at Fault

The basics of New Jersey's “modified comparative negligence” rule

An Overview on Personal Injury Law, Plaintiff

Learning about one of the most prevalent areas of tort law

An Overview on Aviation Accident Law

Several types of personal injury claims may apply 

Finding a Personal Injury Attorney in New York City

Painless tips to incorporate into your search

The Four Things to Look for in a Personal Injury Case in Colorado

People who complain about frivolous lawsuits have no idea

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