Yielding the Right of Way: What it Means for You

For most drivers across the United States, right-of-way refers to general traffic rules to be observed while on the road or highway. However, it is much more than that: To yield right-of-way refers to the strict adherence to roadway rules and regulations, especially those about who is entitled to keep moving at a controlled round-about …

Personal Injury Claims against a Business

Filing a personal injury claim against a business is typically much more complex than filing a claim against an individual. There are two main causes to file a personal injury claim against a business—premises liability and product liability. Many businesses—particularly corporate giants—are well-equipped with seasoned legal teams to defend themselves in the courtroom, and to …

Five Things Insurance Companies Don’t Want You to Know

Filing a personal injury claim following an accident can be stressful for a number of reasons. Perhaps the person you are filing a claim against appears to have more resources at their disposal than you do, scaring you from the possibility of taking them to court. Or, perhaps the defendant’s insurance company has decided to …