Self-Driving Cars And Accidents: What You Need To Know

Are humans simply bad at following directions? Or, should car manufacturers like Tesla or Waymo know that human beings are going to hear the words "full self-driving capable car" and assume that they can trust their lives to their car's computer? Essentially, that's at least part of the argument behind the latest lawsuit to be leveled against a company that sells self-driving cars after another fatal car wreck featuring one of the company's automated vehicles. Read More 

Five Things To Do To Get Your Social Security Disability Faster

Those in need of Social Security Disability often don't have any time to wait before they need to see their benefits coming in.  If you're in need of approval on your Social Security Disability claim, there are fortunately a few things you can do to speed up the procedure and get approved faster. The following are five things to do to get your Social Security Disability faster: Seek medical care promptly and follow all treatment recommendations. Read More 

Responding To A Dog Bite Injury

A person that suffers a dog bite can experience significant injuries. Due to these injuries, it can be common for individuals to pursue legal action following this type of incident. However, it can be difficult for people that have recently been bitten by a dog to make prudent decisions if they are unfamiliar with some important questions and answers about these incidents.   Is A Dog Bite A Serious Injury? Read More 

Right Place, Wrong Time: Dealing With Injuries From Defective Airbags

You count on your vehicle's airbags to protect you in the event of a serious accident. Unfortunately, the very devices designed to protect you also have the potential to cause serious injury if they're defective. The following sheds some light on defective airbags, the underlying causes behind defects, and the injuries they could cause to unsuspecting drivers and passengers. How Airbags Normally Work Everything about a typical airbag deployment happens in literally the blink of an eye. Read More 

Wrongful Death Misinformation That May Mislead Survivors Of The Victims

Any death can be a tragedy, but this is particularly applicable when the death was caused by the negligence of another person. In a wrongful death case, the survivors of the victim will have legal options available for pursuing justice, but a lack of accurate information can prevent individuals from being able to effectively pursue justice. Myth: You Can Only Claim Damages That Directly Results From The Wrongful Death One of the most common assumptions about wrongful death lawsuits is that it will only be possible to claim the damages and losses that directly results from the accident. Read More