Years ago insurers paid private investigators to observe the actions of the plaintiff in a personal injury lawsuit. The investigator carried a camera and tried to snap a picture of the plaintiff as he or she performed some allegedly impossible action. The picture could be used to cast doubt on the veracity of the plaintiff’s claims. (more…)
Month: September 2018
What To Know If You Plan To File A Wrongful Death Claim
If you get injured as the result of an accident, you have the right to file a personal injury claim. If one of your closest relatives suffers a fatal injury, owning to someone else’s act of negligence, you may be able to file a wrongful death claim. Understand, though, that not all family members can file such a claim. (more…)
How To Make Claim For Loss of Housekeeping Abilities?
When children are young, parents often encourage them to assume responsibility for certain chores. Adults later do such chores on their own. No one rewards them in any way. Still, some adults do get awarded money for performance of difficult tasks. (more…)
How Much Is Slip And Fall Lawsuit Worth?
It can be difficult to gauge how much your slip and fall lawsuit is worth. Many factors will determine your cases value.Below is a list of items to help you determine the value of your slip and fall lawsuit. (more…)
Can Past Injuries Impact Your Personal Injury Damage Award?
People with a history of one or two car accidents often worry that this may influence their damage award in potential future accidents. This concern isn’t unjustified, considering that the defendant’s lawyers will surely look into your medical records as they’re building their case. To know how any of your pre-existing injuries or conditions may influence your damage award, read on. (more…)