At the conclusion of part 1, the insurance adjuster had responded to the demand letter sent by your personal injury attorney. The adjuster had questioned several aspects of your claim and made a counter settlement offer much lower than what you requested in your demand letter. The next step is to reply to the adjuster’s Read More Part 2: How the Negotiation Process Works in a Personal Injury Case
If you have been injured in any way, whether in a car accident, by slipping and falling on someone else’s property, medical malpractice or any other incident that was the fault of another person or business, you are likely at a loss about what to do next. You are accumulating medical bills and losing time Read More Filing a Personal Injury Claim
Negotiations of any sort can be tricky, and personal injury negotiations are no exception. You have worked with your attorney and placed a value on your case based on your economic and non-economic damages, and together, you have determined a dollar amount that will compensate you for your losses. You have also agreed upon the Read More Part 1: How the Negotiation Process Works in a Personal Injury Case
You have filed a claim against the person or business who was at fault for your injuries. Your Charlotte personal injury lawyer talks about your damages, enters into settlement negotiations and obtains compensation for your personal injuries. You may wonder just how your damages will be determined. To start off, there are three types of Read More How Are Damages Determined in a Personal Injury Case?
North Carolina requires every driver to carry a minimum amount of liability insurance in order to compensate those who are injured in a vehicular accident. Unfortunately, there are some who scam the system. They cancel their car insurance shortly after registering their vehicle. It is estimated that approximately 14 percent of all drivers in the Read More You Were in an Accident With an Uninsured Driver, Now What?
Medical mistakes account for about 400,000 deaths every year. Thousands more are injured in ways that may change their lives forever. When the wrong leg is amputated, or a healthy kidney removed instead of the diseased one, it makes the national news. People sigh and assume it is an unusual occurrence. Unfortunately, there are certain Read More Common Forms of Medical Malpractice to Watch out For
It’s August, and everyone’s heading back to school — including your teenager who has a brand-new driver’s license! This may invite some mixed feelings, as you (and most likely your teen) are relieved you no longer have to drive them to school, but at the same time you’re worried about them driving without your supervision. Read More Part 2: How to Prepare Your Teen as a New Driver
Jet skis are often referred to as the motorcycles of the water. These personal watercraft offer hours of fun and excitement when operated properly. Unfortunately, they also offer opportunities for serious injuries and even death when drivers and riders are careless. The two major causes of accidents are inexperienced drivers and speeding. In 2014, 34 Read More Jet Ski Accidents and Safety: What You Need to Know
When teenagers are getting ready to get their driver’s license, it can be exciting and a bit scary for both the teens and their parents. There are good reasons for both sets of emotions. For many parents, a teen’s ability to drive equates to a certain amount of freedom for all concerned. Teens are able Read More Part 1: How to Prepare Your Teen as a New Driver
The term “statute of limitations” is found in both civil and criminal law. In reference to a personal injury lawsuit, it establishes the time you have to file a lawsuit after you are injured due to another’s negligence. When the statute of limitations has run out, you can no longer file a lawsuit seeking a Read More Do Medical Malpractice Claims Have a Different Statute of Limitations?