Bowling Alley Injuries: 4 Factors That May Impact Your Case

Posted on: 28 April 2016

Going bowling is a fun recreational activity that has been a tradition for many decades. While bowling is mostly safe, you may find yourself getting injured on the lanes. If you've been injured while bowling, you may have a lot of medical bills and emotional trauma as a result of the case. Instead of dealing with those injuries on your own, a personal injury attorney can build a settlement case to help compensate for the damages.
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Take A Realistic Look At What A Personal Injury Settlement Might Net You

Posted on: 8 March 2016

Before filing a personal injury claim, you should take a realistic look at what you might net from it. Of course, all claims are different, and your ultimate settlement will depend on your case. Unless you sustained lifelong injuries, though, a settlement probably won't leave you set for life. Large-sum settlements capture headlines, but most cases settle for only modest sums. Here's a look at what you might ultimately receive from a typical successful personal injury claim.
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Car Accidents & PTSD: 5 Factors That May Impact Your Case

Posted on: 27 January 2016

Many people are lucky to survive horrific car accidents, but there are often physical and emotional injuries that can linger long after the accident occurred. One emotional impact that you may be dealing with is PTSD or better known as post-traumatic stress disorder. When you're working with a lawyer and seeking compensation for car accident injuries, your PTSD can really factor into the case. Car accidents can impact the the following five areas and you may be entitled to compensation.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Wet Reckless Driving

Posted on: 23 December 2015

If you have been charged with driving under the influence, a DUI attorney can be beneficial. In some cases, they may be able to get the charges against you dismissed. In other cases, they may be able to get the charges reduced. Typically, the charges can be reduced under the terms of a plea bargain, especially if the case against you is not solid. DUIs are commonly pleaded down to wet and reckless driving.
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