The premiere of new fall television shows brings a lot of content into homes. Among these shows are a lot of dramas focusing on crimes, laws, and court cases. From true-life documentaries and fictional story lines, it's easy to get caught-up in the world of television drama. Before making any assumptions about injury cases, lawyers, and settlements, it's important to separate facts from TV. Even if shows are entertaining, they do not represent the true world of personal injuries.
- Close to 5,000 people were killed in accidents on motorcycles and similar vehicles in 2006. One of the most common causes of accidents on motorcycles is a phenomenon known as object fixation. No matter how long you've been riding, it's in your best interest to understand what it is and how you can avoid it. In fact, veteran riders especially should brush up, since long-term riding can make you somewhat complacent and may cause you to overlook important safety considerations.
- If you and your family have been injured in a car accident that was not your fault, your lives have probably been turned upside down. Medical appointments, paperwork, physical therapy, phone calls to and from your insurance company--all of these may have you wondering what day it even is anymore. The first few months after a traumatic event are highly upsetting. Understandably, serious physical injuries are probably the most obvious objects of your attention right now, but it is just as critical to monitor your children's emotional health at such a difficult time.
- Traveling around the United States is an amazing experience and one that can be detailed through a travel blog. If you run a travel blog and have been involved in a car accident, then the injuries from the accident may cause you to delay or cancel a variety of travels. If someone else is at fault for the accident, then an attorney may help you seek a settlement for your injuries.
- There are numerous reasons why you may be preparing, or have already filed a personal injury claim. You may have been injured in a car accident, by a faulty product or when you slipped and fell on a wet floor in a business. As long as you were injured and someone else is responsible for those injuries, you can file a personal injury claim. When you file a claim, one of the questions you will likely have is in regards to the value of your claim.