If you, your spouse, or a minor child has recently suffered a serious medical issue that required a lengthy hospitalization or stay in a physical rehabilitation facility, you may be cringing at the bills you now receive on what seems like a daily basis or even refusing to open your mail entirely. For those unfortunate enough to have sought treatment from an out-of-network provider or who don't have health insurance, the cost of a long stay in the hospital can be six or even seven figures. [Read More]
5 Parties You May Have A Case Against If Your Child Was Injured In A Motorcycle Accident
Having a child involved in any kind of vehicular accident can be devastating; however, the injuries sustained if your child was involved in a motorcycle accident as either a pedestrian or a passenger can be particularly bad. Similarly to other types of accidents, your child's medical costs and pain and suffering may be covered by an insurance company or one of the responsible parties if your child was injured in a motorcycle accident. [Read More]
Halloween Eggings and Car Accidents: Determining Extra Settlement Factors in Your Case
Halloween is filled with a lot of fun activities, but the bad side of the holiday also involves a lot of various pranks. Halloween pranks are often started out of good-humored fun, but they can often lead to bad results. If you were driving on Halloween, your vehicle may have been the victim of an egging. The result of this prank attack could lead to your vehicle being in a car accident. [Read More]
Can You Sue Child Protective Services For Failing To Remove A Child From An Abusive Home?
It's an unfortunate truth that children are often abused by the very people who are supposed to protect them: their parents. This is why all states typically have agencies devoted to investigating claims of child abuse and taking action to remove kids from harmful situations. If the child protective agency fails to extract a kid from an abusive home and the child is severely injured or killed as a result, is it possible to sue for damages? [Read More]