Are you just starting your personal injury claim? Do you need help understanding the process? If you are having difficulty with any component of the personal injury claim, we have various resources available to help you.
Our FAQ will answer any questions you may have about the process. We also have information about different cases you might be facing, such as auto accident, slip and fall, medical malpractice, and more.
Some questions are best left to a legal expert. Attorney Alaina Sullivan answers some of your most common legal questions here.
When you're in an auto accident, you'll need help. Hospitals, repair shops, and personal injury attorneys will be necessary resources to help you win a claim.
Has your attorney discussed a factor of your claim that you don't understand? Are you confused by a term in a letter from your insurance company? Our glossary can help.
Are you writing a letter to an insurance company? Check out our demand letter examples to get an idea of how to start!
Did you know that every state has its own law on personal injury claims? Some states will allow you to file a claim for nearly a decade. Other states will only give you a window of two years to file a claim. Learn more about your state and PI laws here.
Did you know that the injuries you receive have the biggest effect on your claim? Depending on your ability to work after your accident, you could be entitled to more money.
Determining fault can make or break your auto accident claim. Here are some ways to determine who's at fault based on your unique crash scenario.
Many retail, fast food, and sit-down locations have risks of slipping and falling, or otherwise injuring yourself. Find out what kinds of injury risks can occur at many common chains!
School violence, retaliation, and bullying could follow your child home and lead to emotional and physical harm. Protect your child today!
If you are a cyclist, you need to be wearing a helmet. Here's a guide on how to find the perfect helmet for your size and needs!
Learn how to choose a car seat and ensure your child's safety with this guide about child car seats.
The #1 resource you can have would be to hire a personal injury attorney. He or she can help you wade through the paperwork and get the settlement you deserve.