Tips for Reporting a Workplace Injury

Accidents can happen at any time in the workplace, whether it’s the result of an employee’s carelessness or the employer’s negligence. Finding blame in an accident isn’t always easy. If an employee is injured, employers are responsible for taking action to protect them from further harm or injury. Even if the accident was the employee’s… Read more

Who is to Blame for a Slip and Fall Injury?

It can be difficult to prove who is at fault for a slip and fall injury. Was it an accident, or was it a result of negligence that could have been prevented? It really comes down to those two questions when determining who is to blame after an injury. This article discusses factors that go… Read more

What You Should Prepare for Your Lawyer After a Slip and Fall

If you’ve been involved in a slip and fall accident and have decided to hire a lawyer to fight your case, the next steps can seem overwhelming. It’s important to be prepared, even before your first meeting with your lawyer. To get the most out of your first meeting you will need copies of records… Read more

What is my Personal Injury Case Worth?

After being injured in a car accident, slip and fall, or any other kind of injury that you don’t believe was your fault, you may be considering filing a slip and fall case, and if your case would be worth anything. Personal injury compensation depends on your damages, or how much your injuries have costed… Read more

Types of Personal Injury Accidents

Personal injury accidents are caused when someone is injured due to the negligence of another person or entity. These are among the most common legal actions taken in the United States every year. Why most of them only reach the settlement stage, if that cannot be reached between the two parties, a personal injury lawsuit… Read more

What’s the Process of a Slip and Fall Case in Texas?

It can be devastating to be caught up in a slip and fall case. It can happen to anyone: slipping on a freshly mopped floor where there are no caution signs, tripping on uneven sidewalk outside of a business, or falling down a step where there was no indication a step was coming up. If… Read more