Innocent Of Murder: Can You Still Sue For Wrongful Death?

If one of your family members was killed by another person, that person was likely charged and tried for murder. However, charges and trials are not convictions, and even though that person might be responsible for the death of your family member, they could still get a "not guilty" verdict, after all, is said and done in criminal court.  Many people think that if the responsible person is declared innocent, there is nothing that can be done. [Read More]

6 Promises To Expect From Young Drivers

When your teen starts taking driving lessons, it's only natural to worry. However, that won't do any good unless you take actions to help prevent the potential problems that cause many parents sleepless nights when their kids hit "Sweet 16" and get licensed to drive. Car crashes are the leading cause of teen deaths, but many crashes among teens can be prevented. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, more distracted teen drivers were at the wheel in fatal car crashes than any other age group. [Read More]

Chiropractic Treatment, Strokes, And Wrongful Death: The Connection You Should Know

Losing a loved one suddenly to a stroke is a startling and emotional event, but what you may not realize amidst your grief is that you may actually have grounds for a wrongful death lawsuit. While most people automatically assume a stroke to be a natural occurrence, depending on your loved one's life habits and medical history, it may not have been. For example, if he or she sees a chiropractor, there's a possibility that there could be a connection. [Read More]