After filing a personal injury claim or case against an insurance company, it is the insurance company's responsibility to investigate the case to determine what a reasonable amount of compensation may be. If the insurance company believes that there is ground to deny a part of your claim, a reservation of rights letter will be sent to you. File a Dispute Against the Reservation If you believe that the insurance company does not have any grounds to deny you coverage, put it in writing. [Read More]
Challenging The Breathalyzer Results In Your DWI Case: Understanding How Acid Reflux Could Cause An Inaccurate Result
One of the key pieces of evidence in many DWI cases is the results of a breathalyzer test that was administered at the time of the defendant's arrest. The reason these test results are so important is that they are intended to provide medical proof that the individual was under the influence of alcohol while driving. This all but eliminates any defense with alternative explanations for the defendant's seemingly drunk behavior. [Read More]
Food Poisoned? Can You Sue?
Food poisoning is fairly common. Whether it is from eating out or food purchased in the store, it can take a toll on your health. Sometimes, the effects can last more than just a few days. If you suffered food poisoning from a restaurant and you feel you are owed damages for it, you need to understand what you must prove to be successful in your lawsuit. Was the Restaurant Negligent? [Read More]
The Necessary Documentation For A Successful Personal Injury Lawsuit
When you're injured due to someone else's negligence at their business or home, you are entitled to receive compensation for your damages. Physical damages are not your only concern though, as damages extend to lost wages as well. In order to ensure that your injury case is successful in court, you will need the following documentation to prove your injury with the help of one or several personal injury lawyers. A Journal of Your Recovery [Read More]