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Monthly Archives: November 2014

What to Do After a Car Accident

Automobile accidents occur every day in every corner of the country. And no matter how good of a driver you are or how clean your record is, you cannot predict or control what other motorists do — so some accidents are unavoidable. Because of the overwhelming likelihood that you’ll be involved in an accident at… Read More »

14 Left Injured After Tour Bus Accident in New York City’s Times Square

More than a dozen people were injured in an accident when one tour bus, taking tourists through Times Square, hit another tour bus, then jumped the curb and knocked over a traffic light. The bus that caused the collision was a Gray Line sightseeing bus, and it collided with a blue City Sights tour bus…. Read More »

When to File an Injury Lawsuit Rather Than a Workers’ Compensation Claim

A common question among people who suffer an injury at work is whether they should choose to file a workers’ compensation claim or to file a lawsuit against the company. The answer is that it depends on the type of accident that occurred and the causes of that accident. Some injuries and illnesses are specifically… Read More »

Legal Options for Pedestrians Hit By Cars

In most cases, pedestrians hit by cars who choose to file lawsuits make their claims against the driver of the car that struck them. However, depending on the other circumstances concerning the accident, victims could also file claims against the municipality where the accident occurred, like if there were unsafe conditions caused by poorly maintained… Read More »