Protect Yourself After a Car Accident: Get Help from Experienced Lawyers Now
After an accident, you’ll likely feel confused and unsure about what to do. However, issues that arise immediately following an accident can make or break your auto accident claim.
Exposure to carbon monoxide can lead to the sudden onset of illness and even death if the carbon monoxide reaches a certain level. It’s a dangerous gas that is both odorless and colorless. And sometimes the exposure can lead to long-lasting injury.
When carbon monoxide poisoning is caused by someone else's negligence you might be able to hold that person or entity responsible for your medical bills and other expenses.
Neck and back injuries can hide themselves.
Car accidents are the main cause of neck and back injuries. These types of injuries can be mild to severe. It’s important that you understand that neck and back injuries aren’t always the most severe directly after an accident.
Workers on construction sites are exposed to several hazards on a daily basis, which may lead to serious or fatal injuries. Not all construction site accidents are the cause of negligence, and if it is it's not always clear who was at fault.
Your Claim Type Will Depend on if You’re A Worker, A Contractor, or Bystander
Construction sites are full of hazards. They’re also full of several different types of workers. Some workers are direct employees, some are contractors, subcontractors, and some can be bystanders.
Farming is a dangerous job. Farmers and agricultural professionals work around big machinery and complicated equipment everyday. And when an injury happens anyone is easily overwhelmed at what to do next.
Even if you don’t suspect an accident was the cause of neglect, it’s important that you put yourself and your family first.
Traumatic Brain Injury or TBI isn't always easy to detect. If you're involved in an accident with any sort of head trauma make sure to take proper steps to protect yourself. Someone else's negligence shouldn’t be the reason your future is uncertain.
Some slip and fall incidents occur naturally, and some could have been prevented.
In Illinois, we have a rule that governs if a slip and fall accident was a natural or non-natural occurrence. It’s call the unnatural accumulation rule. Slip and fall cases fall under a premise liability personal injury claim.