Your own behavior in a slip and fall accident can have a significant effect on the validity of your claim, and the potential settlement amount.
Here are a few examples to help describe the issues of fault and legal liability in a slip and fall injury claim.
Slips, trips, and falls happen all the time, but when do these types of accidents lead to a personal injury case?
Learn how to locate and best utilize witnesses in your injury claim.
Here are some tips for getting your personal injury claim going, and protecting evidence of the slip and fall accident.
If the victim of a dog bite was taunting, aggravating, poking, or otherwise provoking the dog, the owner may be off the hook for injury liability.
How you craft your version of events can help or hurt your position during injury settlement negotiations.
If you're involved in an accident or suffer an injury -- through your own fault or a third party’s -- you should contact your own insurer in a timely fashion.
An overview of the two main types of owner liability for injuries caused by a dog, and the general rule by state.