Your home is your safe place for you and your family, and you probably would never think that an event could occur on your property that leads to a personal injury claim by a friend, a neighbor, or an extended family member. However, homeowners are no strangers where personal injury claims are concerned. In fact, you could be held liable for damages for a lot of different injuries that could happen on the property you are responsible for maintaining.
If you went out for a night with your friends at a local tavern and you ended up getting injured because of a bar brawl that had broken out at the establishment, getting money to pay for your medical expenses is likely to be a concern. If you were not directly involved in the throwing of punches and were merely a bystander who had become hurt, pressing charges against the person who had injured you may have crossed your mind.
Filing a claim to receive social security disability benefits can be frustrating on many levels. You are injured or hurt enough to not be able to work at full capacity. This in itself causes stress. When you add in the fact that you need your income to survive, the financial burden can become almost unbearable. Your friends and family are also concerned about you and what is happening to the family's finances, which of course makes you feel bad and adds more stress to you.
Finding yourself hurt and your car wrecked by a careless driver is never a great experience, but if you are pregnant, it could be so much more damaging and stressful. Read on to learn a bit more about the danger of being involved in a car wreck and how it could affect you and your precious cargo.
No so minor: You should understand that there is no such thing as a minor accident if it occurs when you are carrying an unborn baby.
In most medical malpractice cases, the healthcare provider's insurance company will pay any monetary judgment awarded. Sometimes, though, the defendant will be responsible for paying some or all the court award because the policy didn't cover the whole amount or the person didn't have insurance at all. Unfortunately, personal injury awards can be discharged in bankruptcy, but here are two things you can do to increases your chances of getting paid.