The Morning After: How To Handle The Adjuster's Phone Call After An Auto Accident

It's the morning after your auto accident and you haven't even taken stock yet of your injuries, but the phone is ringing. When you pick up the call, the other driver's insurance adjuster is on the line and "just wants to ask a few questions." How you answer and what you say can impact your future, so use this guide. No, You Don't Want To Make A Recorded Statement. Generally speaking, the adjuster is going to sound friendly and concerned. [Read More]

3 Reasons To Hire A Personal Injury Attorney

If you have been harmed due to the negligence of another person, you may need to rely on an attorney who specializes in this area. There is a variety of legal steps that must be followed when taking legal action because you are the unfortunate victim of an injury.  Knowing some of the most common reasons to hire a personal injury attorney may help you if faced with this situation: [Read More]

How To Keep Pedestrians Safe At A Construction Zone

Construction sites are dangerous grounds for pedestrians since they do not have the appropriate safety knowledge for such places. Liabilities arising out of such injuries can cost thousands (or even millions) of dollars. If you are in charge of a construction site, then you should prevent pedestrian injuries by: Erecting Barricades If pedestrians get too near to the construction site, then they may get injured by: Falling objects Stumbling on tools (such as spades) Slipping on slippery surfaces (such as spilt paint) Heavy machinery such as cranes One of the best ways of keeping pedestrians away is to erect barricades. [Read More]

Trucking Accidents: Who's Liable?

It can sometimes be difficult to determine who is the responsible party in a trucking accident. That's because there can be quite a few different entities involved in a trucking operation. Not only could the driver or the driver's employer be held liable for accident damages, but several additional parties could be held liable as well. Respondeat superior In the simplest of cases, the legal principle of "respondeat superior" will indicate that the truck driver's employer should be held responsible. [Read More]