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finding your way through a wrongful death lawsuit

Losing a loved one is hard enough, but losing one because a doctor or hospital did not provide an adequate level of care makes it all that more difficult. I have been through this myself and hope that someone can find assurance from the information that I have provided on my website. Knowing what to expect during a wrongful death lawsuit can take some of the stress out of the situation. Having the answers to the many questions that you have and that I have had to ask can help take the guessing out of the situation. Please, talk with a lawyer and use the information provided on this site as you struggle to get through a horrendous time in your life.

Can A Sign Prevent Your Personal Injury Claim?

After your injury, the person responsible for your injury may have pointed to a sign that says they're not liable. The truth is that those signs don't mean much. Here's what you should know. Can a Sign Waive Liability? A sign claiming that a party isn't liable doesn't mean much. There's no law that says you can put up a sign and not be liable for anything that happens. What a sign does affect is whether you had warning of a hazard. Read More 

Personal Injury Lawyer Evaluation: What You Should Know

If you've experienced a personal injury and you're preparing to file a legal claim against the responsible party, you may be looking for a personal injury lawyer to help you. Many people find themselves confused and uncertain when it comes to choosing a personal injury lawyer for their case. You have probably scheduled a few consultation meetings with a couple of local attorneys. Here's a look at what you need to know to prepare for these meetings. Read More 

6 Types Of Damages Awarded In A Wrongful Death Lawsuit

If a loved one died due to the negligent actions of someone else, you have grounds to file a wrongful death lawsuit. With a wrongful death lawsuit, you generally have to be the spouse, child, parent or be directly related dependent of the deceased in order to file a lawsuit. Who can file a lawsuit varies by state, so this is something you will want to verify with an attorney. Read More 

The Benefits Of Retaining An Experienced Attorney In Family Law

Legal cases involving family matters are often contentious and emotional. Even if you and the other family members involved are on relatively good terms, you still may find yourself at odds over how to end the case to your satisfaction. Rather than going to court alone, you can get the objective advice and help that you need by hiring a lawyer. An attorney who practices family law can provide vital services to you during your case. Read More 

What Not To Do When Pulled Over For A DUI And What To Do Instead

DUI, or driving under the influence of alcohol is a widespread issue. According to multiple sources, drunk driving is estimated to cause 28% of auto fatalities in the US. These startling statistics often result in overzealous cops and law enforcement officers being extra watchful for potential suspects. While it's not wise to drink and drive or attempt to get away with such behavior, some lawful citizens are falsely accused. For that reason, read through these tips concerning how to respond if ever pulled over for a DUI to minimize legal repercussions and minimize damage to your reputation whether guilty or innocent. Read More