Why You Always Want To File A Police Report After A Motorcycle Accident

Posted on: 21 November 2022

The increase in dash cams and motorcycle camera videos showing near misses and actual accidents has provided police and lawyers with very good evidence of how accidents have happened. If you're in an accident, you may think that you don't need a report from a third-party police officer, but nothing could be further from the truth. If you are in an accident, especially if you're on a motorcycle, you always want to file a police report.
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Options After A DUI Arrest

Posted on: 29 July 2022

Most people charged with a DUI (driving under the influence) are too stunned to know what to do next. You don't have time to think for long, however, since you could be faced with making some major decisions soon after an arrest. For help in handling these decisions, read on and find out more. What to Do at the Arraignment In many cases, you will need to make some decisions on the spot at your arraignment.
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Your Workers' Compensation Case Enters A New Phase

Posted on: 29 July 2022

After a workplace injury, you might be covered by your employer's workers' compensation insurance. This type of insurance usually covers any medical expenses, and it also pays hurt workers to stay home and recover. At some point, however, things will change. Read on and find out more. How Long Can You Be Paid? Your doctor is responsible for ordering you to stay home, and they are also in charge of when you return to work, up to a point.
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The Leading Causes Of Crashes Involving Semis And How To Get Justice For Your Damages

Posted on: 25 May 2022

Most companies that transport goods on the road will prefer using semis because they are more convenient and economical. That said, their big size and heavy weight can put other road users at risk, with crashes involving big rigs causing severe wreckage, injuries, and even death. As a road user, you want to improve your safety when sharing the road with a semi and know what to do after an accident.
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