Many people commonly consider legal action after suffering injuries in a serious accident. If you have found yourself in such a predicament, you may believe that seeking compensation from the individual or individuals considered at fault could suit your circumstances. You may also think that by filing a claim you will end up in a heated trial as you fight for justice, much like many fictional scenes depict.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 4.5 million dog bites occur every year. If you are included in this number, you know first hand how physically painful and emotionally traumatizing this type of situation can be. What you may not know is that you do not have to face the aftermath of this situation alone.
Under a new federal rule, truck drivers will have to switch from paper records to tracking their driving electronically.
If you are a member of a fraternity and are thinking about hazing a potential brother, you should carefully read the following.
The National District Attorneys Association is proposing a bill that would change the way campus sexual assault cases are handled by colleges and universities. The thrust of the bill is that university should consult police before punishing these potentially criminal offenses.
A structured settlement for a personal injury case can be a wonderful way to preserve money especially for children injured in accidents. For example, if a ten-year-old is seriously injured in a motor vehicle collision, the settlement monies are put into a structured settlement and the money is given to the child at a later date, usually payments begin after the minor becomes a legal adult.
If you have ever been bitten by a dog you know how nasty the injury can be. In Pennsylvania a person is entitled to be compensated for the medical expenses as well as pain, suffering and disfigurement in the form of a scar caused by a dog bite.
Many towns in Pennsylvania have their own laws regarding firearms.
Here are five of the strangest incidents you will ever read about, courtesy of my friend Dave Davis. The other five will appear at a later time.