Two Important People Needed To Prove PTSD In A Personal Injury Case

If you were involved in a traumatic accident, and you develop post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), then you may include this in your personal injury claim. As usual, however, you will need to convince the judge or jury that you have PTSD. Apart from your doctor's notes, you need the testimony of these two people: Expert Witness An expert witness is a professional with knowledge and experience in the subject matter at hand, which, in this case is PTSD. Read More 

Car Accident Victims: Time Limits On Filing Your Case And The Discovery Of Harm Rule

The time limit for filing a personal injury case is determined by the statute of limitations, which varies by state. If you wait too long to file a personal injury lawsuit, you won't have the right to file, regardless of your injuries. The range is wide, from one year to file a personal injury claim in Louisiana, Kentucky and Tennessee, to a ten year statute of limits to file a claim in Oregon. Read More 

Applying For SSD Benefits After A Back Injury: How A Lawyer Can Help With The Process

Are you no longer employed because you are suffering from a severe back injury that limits your ability move without pain? You can replace a portion of your lost income with social security disability (SSD) benefits with the assistance of a lawyer to help you get approved. Discover below what a lawyer can do to make applying for SSD benefits a smoother process and what he or she will charge per hour. Read More 

The Hidden Trauma Of Auto Accidents: Injuries You Can’t See

When you're involved in a car accident, your immediate focus is probably on the obvious damage – the visible damage to your car and any obvious cuts, scratches or other wounds. What you may not realize is that car accidents cause a wide variety of injuries that aren't as obvious. It is important that you understand these hidden dangers and their warning signs so that you can get medical attention right away. Read More 

Damages You Can Recover After A Loved One’s Wrongful Death

The death of a loved one is a painful event, and no amount of money can fix it. However, it is useful to pursue a wrongful death claim or lawsuit so that the surviving family members do not have to suffer more than they already have. Depending on your state's laws concerning wrongful death, here are some of the damages you may be able to recover. Non-economic Damages There are numerous non-economic damages in wrongful death cases, and their value may even outweigh those of economic damages. Read More