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]

2 Things You Need To File A Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

If you have had some sort of unfortunate medical procedure, you might be wondering if there are grounds for you to file a medical malpractice lawsuit. Lawsuits are filed everyday; in some cases the plaintiff walks away with a good deal of money, but in other cases they have simply wasted their money and the case was not found in their favor. This is why it is important to determine before you file the lawsuit, if you have a good case. [Read More]

The Obnoxious Neighbor, Your Slander Suit, And Your Personal Injury Lawyer: What You Can Expect

Everyone has at least one neighbor in their neighborhood that runs around foaming at the mouth with whatever they think is worth repeating. Sometimes that neighbor does not know when to shut up, and says things that are incredibly injurious to another neighbor or about another neighbor. When the unpleasant statements are about you, and you have done all you can to avoid this neighbor but he or she keeps coming after you, it is time to file a slander suit with a personal injury lawyer (such as one from Weathers Law Firm, LLC). [Read More]

Injured On The Job In Delaware? Will You Be Able To See Your Regular Doctor?

If you live near the Delaware border, your primary care physician may be based in a neighboring state because of convenience, a prior move, lower cost of treatment, etc. But when you're injured at work, your workers compensation coverage may provide full medical reimbursement only for services provided in Delaware, where the policy is based. Is there anything you can do to see your own physician without paying out of pocket for a work-related injury? [Read More]