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Get the Compensation You Need For Auto Accident Injuries

The Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) finds that 52% of all personal injury lawsuits in this country are car accident cases. Indeed, every year there are more than 5.5 million auto accidents in the United States, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety...

The 5 Types of Wrongful Dismissal Compensation

Variously referred to as wrongful dismissal, wrongful termination and unfair dismissal, wrongful dismissal cases deal with the illegal firing of employees. If you believe that your employer fired you because of your inclusion in a protected group, for example, or...

The Details of Demand Letters

If you’re pursing an accident injury claim or accident injury lawsuit in the U.S., it’s highly likely that your case is related either to an auto accident (which, according to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, are at the center of 52% of personal injury cases in the...

Memorial Day: One of the Deadliest Days of the Year

We don’t typically think of Memorial Day as being a particularly dangerous holiday. But even as we commemorate those who have given their lives serving in the United States’ armed forces, many more lives are placed at risk over the weekend as people —...

7 Car Accident Facts That Might Change How You Drive

Since the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates about 5.5 million car accidents occur in the United States each year, it should be no surprise that car accidents are the most common reason people file accident injury lawsuits (work injuries are the...

What to Do If You Get Hurt at Work

Many people are hurt on the job each year in the United States, and about 6,000 workers die every year due to injuries sustained at work. These types of injuries are varied, and not what you might expect. About 7 million people are injured in slip-and-fall accidents...

Demystifying the Meaning of "At Will" Employment

Most of the time on this blog, we share statistics relating to accidents and personal injury. That’s both because we want victims to know about their rights and because we want to educate people on their responsibilities and discourage them from engaging in dangerous...