What To Do If You Get Bit By A Dog

If you were bit by a dog, regardless of whose dog it is, you have rights. This is a personal injury and one that might result in a lawsuit. Before you start entering the legal proceedings, you should know exactly what to do and in what order. This will help you win your case against the dog's owner. Inform the Dog's Owner When you are bit by a dog, try to find the dog's owner and inform them that you have been bit. [Read More]

Had A Fall Accident In A Store? Here Are 4 Ways To Build A Strong Case For Compensation

If you have just had a fall in one of your favorite stores, you may have injuries that cause you to accumulate medical bills and cause you to miss time at work. You may be thinking about seeking compensation from the store for your injuries, but in order to get the compensation you deserve, you need to build a strong case for yourself. Here are some tips to help you do that. [Read More]

The Difference Between Police Entrapment And Lies

Do police officers have to admit to being police officers if you ask them? Is it entrapment if they lie? In short: no. However, there are certain police tactics that do amount to entrapment, and if you've been the victim of them it could lead to the eventual dismissal of your case. This is what you should know about the difference between entrapment and lies. The Police Are Allowed To Lie To You  [Read More]

3 Advantages To Joining A Class Action Suit For Defective Medical Products

If you have been injured by a defective medical product, chances are good that you will want to sue the manufacturer of the device. This can be a very expensive, time consuming process. You will need to gather evidence and appear in court, as well as spend the money on hiring a lawyer to make your case. After you spend all of this time and money on your case, you can't even be guaranteed that you will win and receive compensation for your injuries. [Read More]