Personal Injury Articles & FAQs
Steps to take if you think your workplace poses a hazard.
The following descriptions are not necessarily proof of abuse, neglect, or exploitation. But they may be clues that a problem exists, and that a report needs to be made to law enforcement or Adult Protective Services.
Frequently asked questions about health and safety in the workplace.
If you've got a dog, take some simple steps to prevent injuries — and legal headaches.
What a tenant must prove to hold a landlord responsible.
How insurance can help protect a rental property business.
Writing down the details is far easier — and more accurate — than relying on your memory.
If you intend to file a claim for your injuries, it's important to notify potential defendants after the accident.
Act quickly to protect evidence and find witnesses who can help you prove your case to an insurance company.
If you've been injured by a dangerous consumer product, you may have an easier time recovering compensation for your injuries than those who are injured in other ways. Here's why.
These guidelines will help you determine who is responsible if you slip or trip and fall on someone else's property.
If you've been in an accident, this article tells you what to do and answers your questions about liability, proof, and insurance.
Frequently asked questions about workers' compensation.