SUING A BUSINESS FOR FALL INJURIES By Trolman, Glaser & Lichtman, P.C. posted in Slip, Trip & Fall Personal Injurys on Tuesday, May 28, 2013 Every business must ensure that there is safety of its employees as well as customers whenever they are in their premises. It can be damaging for the business if their clients and employees do not feel safe anytime they enter the premise. Anytime the business is not able to protect its clients and employees, then the business is…
How to Sue a Cruise Ship-Passenger Injury Lawyer
Spencer Aronfeld is an experienced cruise ship passenger injury lawyer who has sued Carnival, Royal Caribbean, Disney, Holland America, Celebrity and Princes...
How to Sue a School in Orange County for Injuries
If you are thinking of suing your child's public school in Orange County for injuries, it can be an uphill battle. Learn more the process at FindLaw.com.
Top 5 Tips for Suing a Prison for Injury or Abuse
Perhaps that's the point of incarceration, but jails and prisons are not nice places to be. These houses of detention, designed to keep the public safe, don't always keep the inmates safe. From overcrowding and unsafe conditions to violence and...
How NOT to Sue for a Slip and Fall Injury
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How to Sue an Airline Over Damage, Injury
After the devastating Asiana Airlines crash last weekend, many are now probably wondering: How do you sue an airline? Fortunately, most legal claims against airlines do not involve horrific plane crashes or tragic deaths. They're typically over more common, but...
7 Tips When Suing a Retail Store for Injuries
Shopping-related injuries prompt thousands of personal injury claims in the U.S. every year. But when you sue a retail store for a shopping-related injury -- like one man did for his toe fracture at Lowe's -- what steps should...
Bronx Man Sues for $100 Million in Back and Neck Injury Lawsuit
There is little doubt that a back and neck injury can be one of the most devastating injuries to have, given the sensitivities and idiosyncrasies of the spine and spinal cord. The neck and spine is also integral to movement and mobility, and unlike other limbs and appendages, the neck and back can hurt both when you’re moving or immobile. Complete recovery is never a guarantee.
How to Sue an Airline Over Damages or Injuries : Trolman Glaser & Lichtman
By Trolman, Glaser & Lichtman, P.C. on Tuesday, July 8, 2014 There are many disputes that you can get with an airline. Some are negligible and can be resolved over time. However, there are some cases where you may feel short changed and you may want to take it up with a higher authority. This is more so when it involves massive damages or injuries. You may want to sue an airline where through its own fault you incurred losses that can be…
Tips When Suing a Retail Store for Injuries : Trolman Glaser & Lichtman
By Trolman, Glaser & Lichtman, P.C. posted in Slip, Trip & Fall Personal Injurys on Monday, June 30, 2014 People use retail stores, sometimes on a daily basis, as this is where they purchase what they need. It is the responsibility of retail storeowners to ensure that customers are safe while shopping or at least warn them of impending danger while they shop. Employees are also liable to personal injury suits if they are careless while working or expose customers to dangers while…
USA Water Polo can be sued for concussion-related injury, court rules
In a ruling that could apply to many sports, a federal appeals court says the governing body for water polo in the U.S. can be sued for failing to protect an athlete from serious head injuries by letting her return to play after she suffered a concussion. Sports organizations and managers of recreational areas cannot be sued for injuries that are considered an inherent part of the sport, like a hard tackle in football or a hit batter in baseball. But injuries to…
Who Can Sue for a Birth Injury and What are the Time Limitations?
If you or someone you know have experienced a situation where a birth injury occurred, learn who can sue for a birth injury and what are the time limits.
Why Can’t I Sue My Employer For A Work Injury?
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Is there a way to pursue my personal injury claim in Alabama without having to sue someone?
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Can I Sue a Cruise Line for Personal Injury? What You Need to Know
Over 12 million Americans sail on cruise ships each year. While most of these trips are fun and relaxing vacations, in some cases the unthinkable can happen. From the Costa Concordia shipwreck in 2012 to the Carnival Triumph disaster in 2013, accidents on cruise ships have left passengers seriously injured and even dead If you suffer an injury while on your cruise vacation, can you sue the cruise line for this personal injury? You may be left with medical bills, lost wages, and…
Don’t Want to Sue? Why You May Need a Personal Injury Lawyer Anyway
A Personal Injury Attorney in Tampa, Florida can help you learn more about personal injury and accident law. Personal injuries can be caused from a variety of things like medical malpractice, drugs, toxic chemicals, defective products and more. Brian Hoag, a Personal Injury Attorney in Tampa, Florida can provide legal representation to those who …
Bankruptcy, Social Security and Personal Injury Alabama Attorneys
Brock & Stout has been servicing the Wiregrass community for 20 years providing Bankruptcy, Social Security Disability and Personal Injury legal services. We...
What Are the Stages of a Personal Injury Claim
If you have a personal injury claim, you may feel overwhelmed by the prospect of litigation. The Law Offices of Loren Scott Etengoff can help.
How Do I Sue the Government?
Visit www.bamieherickson.com/ today. Attorney Ron Bamieh, a Ventura personal injury lawyer, discusses what victims need to know if they want to pursue...
Why is Faulkner Suing Woody Allen?
Dear Rich: You have been advising people that it's okay to use quotations without infringing ... but the Faulkner estate recently sued seve...