Prime Communications: Demanding Your Fair Share

When many people think about personal-injury cases, they understand that anything that involves the court system can turn into an annoying and protracted waiting game. If you win your case, the wait will be worth it, but what if you could cut that wait time drastically and get what you are owed for your injury in record time? If you use this little-known legal tactic to your advantage, you could find yourself completely done with the personal-injury process in a matter of weeks. [Read More]

3 Things You Need To Know About Filing A Personal Injury Lawsuit

Filing a personal injury lawsuit may be the best thing for your situation. There are many people who are in accidents who think that they can't get any restitution from the guilty party and so they do nothing, not knowing that there are many options for the lawsuit. Here are some things that you need to know about filing a personal injury lawsuit. 1. Just Because The Police Filed A Suit, Doesn't Mean It Will Help You [Read More]

Personal Injury Law: Recklessness Explained

If you've been injured by another, you may have heard the terms recklessness and negligence thrown around, and you may be curious as to the difference between the two. Below is a basic overview of the legal definitions of both recklessness and negligence and what you should do if you find yourself the plaintiff in a personal injury case. What is the Legal Definition of Recklessness? Legally defined, recklessness occurs when an individual or group of individuals know the consequences of an action (or should know) but perform the action anyways. [Read More]

How To Protect Your Child From Hazardous Toys

Every year, dozens of toys are banned because they are discovered to be dangerous for children. Parents mean well, but if they do not know what to look for, they will not be able to predict that a particular toy will be dangerous. If you carefully examine the toys your child uses, though, you may be able to reduce the risk that your child will become injured of killed. Choking Hazards [Read More]