Intentional Torts For Which You May Sue Your Employer Directly

If you are injured in the workplace, then your compensation will come in the form of workers compensation benefits. This is the norm, but there are a few exceptions you should know about. For example, if your employer commits an intentional tort against you, then you may be able to sue him or her directly. Here are four examples of intentional torts for which you may sue your employer: Battery and Assault [Read More]

3 Reasons Why You Should Hire A Personal Injury Lawyer

If you have recently been involved in a car accident, or were injured while on the job, most of your focus is probably on recovering and getting back to a somewhat normal life. Many people are so overwhelmed by the upheaval an injury creates that they don't stop to think about hiring a lawyer to represent the interests of their case, instead assuming that they're more than capable of representing themselves. [Read More]

Bars, Brawls, And Broken Bottles | Barroom Statistics Every Patron Should Know

Your idea of a good time may include heading to a local bar for some fun for the evening, but if you are like some patrons, just being a customer could land you in the middle of a personal injury claim. It should all be fun and games when you head to an adult entertainment establishment for a few drinks and maybe even some dancing, but where alcohol and crowds are involved, accidents just come with the territory. [Read More]

What You Need To Know When You Contact A Wrongful Death Attorney

If you have lost a loved one and think you may be entitled to pursue a wrongful death claim because of the circumstances under which they passed away, it's a good idea to have a bit of background about how wrongful death law works. Here are some basic facts about wrongful death claims that you should know before contacting an attorney.  Wrongful Death in American Law Wrongful death is a legal claim in which one party charges that another is liable, or responsible, for someone's death. [Read More]