What is Loss of Consortium Claims?

An affiliation, combination, or partnership of enterprises, financial institutions, or investors involved in a joint venture is referred to as a consortium in the context of commerce. The term "consortium" in family law refers to the rights that a spouse has to the companionship, cooperation, affection, assistance, financial support, and sexual relations of their partner. [...]

2023-05-19T04:06:03+00:00Personal Injury Law|0 Comments

What is a T Bone Accident

A T-bone accident is a side impact collision between two cars, which resembles the formation of a “T”, hence the name. Also, it’s an accident you certainly don’t wish you find yourself in for several reasons! Unlike many types of car accidents, when a car is T-boned, the only thing separating you from the impact [...]

2022-09-15T21:00:00+00:00Personal Injury Law|0 Comments

Truck Accident Settlements and Verdicts

When you’ve been in an accident involving a truck, you may be confused about how exactly truck accident settlements and verdicts work. Because car accidents involving trucks are often severe, trucks typically have commercial coverage of at least one million dollars. As 18-wheelers generally have many policies of insurance coverage, 18-wheeler accident settlements will [...]

2023-04-27T07:11:56+00:00Blog, Personal Injury Law|0 Comments

How to read a contingency fee agreement from a personal injury attorney

Here's what you should look for in a fee agreement with a personal injury attorney. Keep in mind, this is general information and may not apply in your case. You should discuss the fee agreement with any attorneys you contact. Identify the parties The contingency fee agreement is a contract between you [...]

The Causes of Motorcycle Crashes

Motorcycle riding is a favorite pastime and a mode of transportation for many Americans, but even though it can be fun, it can also be very dangerous. A clear day and open roads, in Washington, may be very tempting for motorcycle riders and may seem safe, but there are still chances of a crash [...]

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