If you fall and get injured, you may have a claim against the owner of the property where you fell. This is called a premises liability claim.
Our legal definition to prove a claim is based on the same ideas of any claim for negligence: we need to show that a property owner had a duty to you, the owner breached or failed to follow that duty, the failure caused your injury, and you were...Read More
Have you received medical treatment that caused you or a loved one to be injured? This is an upsetting and scary situation to face, and you may be struggling to understand your rights. Depending on the medical care you received, you may have claims against medical care providers. These claims are called medical negligence or medical malpractice. Common types of claims include failure...Read More
Buy Your Own Coverage!
No one wants to get into an auto accident, but you should be protected if one does happen. First, your insurance has to be current. Second, you need uninsured motorist/underinsured motorist coverage, commonly called UIM coverage. This is money to pay you if the other driver doesn’t have any insurance or not enough to cover your damages.
Your insurance company is required...Read More