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June 2016 Archives

Animal bites: The ways you can seek compensation

You may have been walking down the street, knocking on a neighbor's door to come for a visit, or simply minding your own business in your own yard when it happened: A dog attacked. Now, you have had to seek medical attention and need someone to cover the bills.

What happens after a fatal accident takes a life?

When your loved one is killed in an accident, the last thing you want to do is mess with the legal side of affairs. You're already hurting, and you have to help your family through this difficult time. Your attorney can help you by taking care of many legal issues you may want to consider, like starting a claim against the driver who struck your loved one. If that driver doesn't have insurance, your attorney can also help you fight for compensation through a civil lawsuit.

Woman faces trial for the death of motorcyclist

When you're on the road as a motorcyclist, you know that you're at a higher risk of injury than other drivers. You have fewer layers of protection between yourself and the vehicle that may strike you or the road you are thrown onto. In an accident, you could face fatal injuries.

What should you do after being bitten by a cat or dog?

If you're bitten by a dog or cat, the way you treat the wound may affect how well it heals. Any time an animal's bite or scratch breaks the skin, it's important to have the wound seen by a medical professional. Even young puppy or kitten bites can become infected, especially those around joints or tendons.

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