If your family member died in a car accident, it's important that you make informed decisions that best serve you and your family to preserve your rights related to the wrongful death of your loved one.
This blog post discusses the premise that the gender of the personal injury attorney you choose matters and suggests that a female attorney could be a better fit for your injury case for the following four reasons:
Elevators must be properly installed, repaired, maintained, and inspected, and the laws surrounding elevators are complex. Elevators are not supposed to stop abruptly or lurch and are supposed to line up with the floor. Interruptions with or failure of the electronics and computer programs can cause sudden elevator stops or drops. Injuries such as back, neck, and knee injuries are common when an elevator fails.
Recently, a 33-year-old Rogersville resident was sentenced after pleading guilty to involuntary manslaughter in the death of 84-year-old William H. Hughes of Seymour. Chad Lee Bybee was involved in a DUI accident in October of 2013 that left Hughes dead, and two children injured.
According to the most recent Missouri Department of Labor and Industrial Relations report, fatal accidents in the workplace are becoming more common. It is known that certain industries put employees at an increased risk of injury or death, such as the construction industry, emergency first responders.
Naturally, consumers believe that if they pay for uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage as a part of their automobile policies, they will be covered in the event they are involved in an accident with another motorist who is underinsured. While this is partially true, you may not be covered to the extent to which you believe.