If you are hit by a car while walking, you may be confused as to who should settle your medical bills. This confusion is understandable given that the responsibility for your medical bills is determined by myriad issues, and they vary by state. Here is an overview of the three major parties that may be responsible for these bills, and the circumstances under which they will do so: Your Medical Insurance Coverage [Read More]
Things To Know About Filing A Personal Injury Lawsuit After An Assault
When most people think of personal injury cases, they imagine injuries that are caused due to negligence, such as those in a medical malpractice case or a car accident case. But in reality, a victim of assault can also file a personal injury lawsuit even though assault is an intentional and criminal act. If you are the victim of an assault, continue reading to learn more about filing a personal injury lawsuit against your attacker: [Read More]
Veterans Affairs Or Personal Injury? Why Not Both?
Military veterans face a unique challenge when dealing with the Department of Veterans (the VA) for disability compensation. Many veterans are told that they'll be taken care of for their military service, but well-documented scandals and slow service make it difficult. Some veterans are tempted to give up the VA fight and stick to civilian-only methods of getting help, but why choose? Here are a few ways to keep your potential rights as a veteran who deserves compensation without waiting on backlogs--and without going totally broke. [Read More]
Four Things Your Medical Malpractice Lawyer Is Going To Do For You
If you have been injured due to medical professional negligence, you are most likely pursuing a medical malpractice lawsuit. This way, you can receive compensation for the injuries you have received, which is especially important if your injuries are long-term. When you pursue this, you are going to want to hire a medical malpractice lawyer. Here are four reasons why: Review the Case: The first thing your lawyer is going to do is review the case. [Read More]