If you’ve been injured in a motor vehicle accident and wish to file a personal injury claim against the at-fault party, you must prove that party’s liability. However, the evidence you need to collect and the strategies you employ to prove liability often varies depending on the defendant.
Below is an overview of several examples of defendants in an auto accident case and liability issues that could arise for each of them.
In recent weeks, the news has been saturated with stories of people in positions of power attempting to use their influence to cover up accusations of sexual harassment and assault levied against them. This has spurred a national conversation on how we can support victims and help them seek justice. Victims of sexual harassment or […]
Republican U.S. Senator Rand Paul has hired a personal injury lawyer in the wake of an alleged attack by his neighbor in Bowling Green, Kentucky. The incident left him with six broken ribs. A pretrial conference for the case has been scheduled for November 30. The neighbor accused of assault, Rene Boucher, already appeared in […]
Six people were hurt after a scaffolding accident in Lower Manhattan on Sunday, November 19th. The incident happened just after 11:30 a.m. by the intersection of Broadway and Prince street.
Wooden planks were all over the street, and FDNY firefighters were at the scene. The accident could have been much worse, the busy intersection is right next to a subway stop, and the area was packed with people out enjoying the weekend.
It is quite common to wonder when it’s appropriate to return to work after you’ve suffered an injury in a workplace accident. This is especially true if you are involved in a personal injury lawsuit. As such, we frequently receive questions from individuals asking about how their decision to return to work could impact their […]