Going to the vet can be as anxiety inducing for dogs as going to the dentist often is for their human owners. The stress from the visit can cause even the gentlest dog to become agitated enough to bite its handlers. Unfortunately, working as a vet or an assistant can make it impossible for you to collect compensation for your injuries since the court will assume you knew the dangers associated with working around animals and willingly took the risk. [Read More]
Two Places Potential Lawsuits May Be Lingering At Your Local Fair
As the cool days of fall descend, many places are getting ready to host their local county or state fair. Not only does this mean all sorts of fried foods and games of chance, but it also means that there is an increased potential for accidents and injuries to take place. Here are a few dangers that may lurk in the shadow of all of the bright colored lights. Ride Injuries [Read More]
Is It Possible To Sue For Emotional Problems From A Car Accident?
Injuries from a car accident are not limited to the physical. Emotional damages can also occur. Unfortunately, many people overlook the emotional damages in favor of pursuing compensation for physical damages. However, it is possible to file a claim or lawsuit to recover compensation for emotional problems. If you suffered from emotional injuries, here is what you need to know. What Emotional Problems Can Result? There are several emotional problems that can result after a car accident, including depression and anxiety. [Read More]
Know The Signs: How To Identify Four Types Of Elder Abuse
When you make the decision to move your loved one into a nursing home, you do so expecting them to be given the care and support they need. Unfortunately, nursing home abuse is more prevalent than you might expect. In fact, statistics show that there are about 2 million cases of elder abuse reported every year. The same statistics go on to show that about 1 out of every 10 elderly people will experience some form of abuse. [Read More]