When you’re involved in a car accident, you might feel fine, at first. You’re a little sore, and your car is damaged, but you’re otherwise OK. At least, you feel fine until your back begins to ache within a few days of the accident. If you have back pain after a car accident, what can…
Public transit is a great way to get around most cities without worrying about traffic or parking. Unfortunately, it doesn’t mean that you’re exempt from an accident. Buses crash as well, and these wrecks can be devastating. Who’s liable for your injuries in a bus accident? That will depend on the details of your accident,…
A serious on-the-job injury can means weeks or even months of recovery. During that time, you’re likely unable to work, and the costs of your medical expenses alone can feel insurmountable. Thankfully, you have workers compensation, and it should cover your accident-related costs, right? You might have already taken the necessary steps to file your…
When you're struck by another driver, you'll need funds to recover from your injuries and compensate any lost income while you were out of work. Unfortunately, the other driver might not be so willing to settle with you. They might even take it a step further and try to place the fault of the accident…
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