Monthly Archives: July 2020
If you are in an accident, your insurance should NOT go up UNLESS you caused the accident. However, insurance companies may raise your premium with the proper notice, and you may be forced to switch insurance companies.
If your ceiling collapses and you are injured, you may sue your landlord for your injuries. The landlord must have had actual or constructive notice that the ceiling could have collapsed. Contact an attorney today to discuss your possible lawsuit.
In order to bring a case against a business for catching Covid-19, you have to prove that the business was negligent. The challenge with Covid-19 is proving you contracted covid-19 while patronizing that business. Due to the nature of Covid-19, it is difficult to prove where you contracted it from. Thus, it is very… Read More »
If I trip and fall at a friend’s house while at a party, do you have a case? It depends. There has to be a defect that on the premises that caused you to fall. If you simply fall over your own feet, you do not have a case.
Yes. If a driver is drunk and hits you while intoxicated, you may have a case against them. However, if the driver was drunk but did not cause the accident, you may not have a case against them. For instance, if you rear end a drunk driver at a red light, you will not… Read More »