Common Myths Associated with Personal Injury Claims

No one expects to be involved in a personal injury lawsuit, but every year, there are many thousands of people across the country injured in accidents due to someone else’s negligence. For most of these people, it is the first time they have had to engage in legal action. As such, it is not surprising that many injury plaintiffs enter the process with misconceptions about what these claims entail.

The Statute of Limitations and More for Product Liability Claims in New York

Every state has its own set of product liability rules that allow people who have been injured by dangerous or defective products to seek damages from manufacturers. New York’s laws prohibit sellers and manufacturers from putting these types of inherently dangerous or defective products on the market. If you are hurt by a dangerous product, you must ensure you file your claim within the state’s statute of limitations if you wish to proceed.

Steps to Take at the Scene of Your Car Accident

The immediate aftermath of a car accident can be a whirlwind of stress and anxiety, and it can be understandably difficult for you to quickly get your emotions and senses under control. However, there are certain steps you must take after a crash to protect yourself in the event you will become involved in a personal injury claim, whether it’s as a plaintiff or defendant.