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The world is not flat! As such, people slip, trip and fall on sidewalks all the time. You can recover in a slip and fall lawsuit if you suffer a personal injury in this type of accident. But it’s not easy.
Welcome to the LawFull Channel. I am a personal injury lawyer and have handled many premises liability cases. However, they are not easy and as such, a slip and fall attorney has to be very careful about what type of cases she or he takes.
Trip and fall cases on public sidewalks are particularly difficult. This is because governmental entities may have “immunity” from being sued. And even if you get past that, you still have to satisfy your state’s legal requirements to bring this type of claim.
Some states may follow a “bright line” test. Meaning, your state requires that to bring this type of case, the crack in the sidewalk must be at least 2 (or whatever) inches. Other states state that the crack must not be de minimis and as such, could not pose an unreasonably safe condition. And other states look at the totality of the circumstances.
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If you feel you have a claim don’t hesitate to give us a call at (401) 777-7777. It’s good to know Mike Bottaro
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We’ve all seen drivers who can be a danger to everyone on the road. Bad drivers can leave you injured and out of work. If one of these bad drivers causes an accident with you call your legal team at Shiner Law Group today.
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People who think they are capable of driving and doing other things at the same time can cause a car accident that could otherwise have been avoided. If you have been involved in a distracted driving accident because of someone else’s negligence, contact Femminineo Attorneys to discuss your case.
Bad Driving Habits That Cause Distracted Driving Car Accidents
It’s almost impossible to avoid distraction when behind the wheel unless you are driving alone in complete silence. It is easy to be distracted by other people, noises, or your own activities, including:
• Using a navigation app.
• Talking on the phone.
•T aking selfies.
• Watching videos.
• Checking social media.
• Playing music or changing the radio station.
• Adjusting dash controls.
• Managing children in the backseat.
David C. Femminineo is a partner in the law firm of Femminineo Attorneys PLLC where he focuses on personal injury law, including cases regarding auto accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, medical malpractice, wrongful death, and slips and fall injuries. Mr. Femminineo’s goal in his Michigan personal injury practice is to represent individuals who have been injured as a result of the negligence of others.
During his notable career as auto accident lawyer, Mr. Femminineo has recovered over million for accident victims involved in car, truck, or motorcycle accidents. In difficult-to-prove cases involving slips and fall injuries, he has recovered over million in compensation for his clients. Significant achievements in Mr. Femminineo’s recent settlements and verdicts for auto accident victims in Macomb County, Michigan, and neighboring areas.
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You may be the most careful driver in the world — or you may not drive at all — but that doesn’t mean you can’t be injured in a road traffic accident that isn’t your fault. If this does happen to you, you could make an accident compensation claim with Handley Law.
Car drivers, their passengers, cyclists, pedestrians, motorcyclists and even people on public transport could find that they’re able to claim injury compensation to help them to pay for any costs incurred by the incident.
Factors like weather conditions and the state of the road can play their part in road traffic accidents, but the majority generally stem from driver faults, which could include tiredness, using a mobile phone, being under the influence or simply bad driving.
Whatever the other driver was doing, you could end up with any number of injuries, ranging from cuts and grazes if you’re a cyclist or pedestrian who is knocked over by a relatively slow-moving car, to death if your collision takes place at high speed or if a fire ensues.
Whiplash can also occur during a road traffic accident and whilst having a sore neck may be uncomfortable for a time, there’s a chance that the injury may develop into something more serious which may require surgery and physiotherapy to repair.
You can make an accident compensation claim even if the person responsible for it is uninsured or untraceable, but to help you to build a case, you should take names, addresses and phone numbers from witnesses, as well as taking photos of the scene if you can.
Find out more about making road traffic accident claims by visiting handleylaw.co.uk or calling 0845 676 9228.
LVMPD Traffic Sgt. Tod Raybuck discusses some important issues regarding the department’s updated strategy for responding to vehicle accidents.
FAQ: TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS
1. How has LVMPD changed its accident response? Officers will no longer investigate or write reports on property-damage-only accidents. It is the responsibility of the drivers in the collision to exchange identification and insurance information. Metro will still respond to other types of accidents.
2. What types of accidents will LVMPD respond to?
• Accidents with injuries or fatalities;
• A driver under the influence of alcohol, narcotics or other substances;
• A hit and run;
• A vehicle disabled on the roadway as a result of an accident; and
• An uncooperative driver (i.e. will not exchange information) or any other disturbance meriting a police response.
3. What do I do if I’m involved in an accident?
If someone is injured, call 911. If there are no injuries and the damage is over 0, please follow these steps:
a. Pull over out of traffic when it is safe to do so;
b. Exchange information with the other driver;
c. Obtain all personal information from the other driver(s) involved, including name, address, phone number, driver’s license number and state of issuance;
d. Obtain insurance information from the other driver(s) including the name of the insurance company, policy number and expiration date of the policy;
e. Obtain the year, make, model and license plate number, including state of issuance of all vehicle(s) involved. Also obtain the name and address of the registered owner and the (VIN) Vehicle Identification Number;
f. Obtain the name(s) and phone number(s) of passengers in the vehicle, along with the name(s) and phone number(s) of any witnesses to the crash;
g. Document everything on an SR-1 Form, found on www.dmvnv.com.
h. For a direct link to the SR-1 Form, CLICK HERE
i. If you have a Smartphone, see if your insurance company has an app that you can use to help you gather accident information — WreckCheck is a good example of an useful app: http://youtu.be/yHVfV8V6fTE
j. Take pictures if at all possible for visual documentation of the damage; and
k. Contact your insurance company as soon as possible.
4. What happens if one of the parties involved in the accident does not have insurance? Make sure you document that the other driver does not have insurance on the SR-1 form. If you have an uncooperative driver who will not exchange information, call the police.
5. Does this policy apply everywhere in Clark County? No. It only applies to areas patrolled by LVMPD and does NOT include state patrolled highways and interstates or areas policed by other agencies in Southern Nevada.
6. What is the purpose of LVMPD changing its response? Traffic fatalities in the valley have been on the rise for the past 3 years. We need those officers available to concentrate on enforcement efforts, which is a proven tactic in reducing fatalities.
7. Should I drive my car from the scene or have it towed? If the car is in working order and you’re feeling fit to drive, you may drive it yourself. If the car is disabled and blocking or impeding traffic, call police.
8. Doesn’t my insurance company need a police report to prove I was in an accident? No. A police report is not necessary to file a claim with your insurance company.
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Distractions are inevitable in busy lives but please never, ever drive distracted. Wait until the ride is over or after you have safely pulled over. The life you save, could be your own.
Lost Wages? Medical Expenses? Pain and Suffering?
If the accident was not your fault, why does the insurance company expect you to accept less for your claim?
The Atlanta Auto Accident Attorneys at Montlick & Associates, Attorneys at Law will fight for you and your family. We fight the insurance companies to get you all the money you deserve.
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The attorneys at Gruenberg & Kelly, PC have dedicated their careers and limited their practice to plaintiff Personal Injury Law. This area of the law is designed to hold people and organizations accountable for the harm they have caused to others. By utilizing New York’s Personal Injury Laws, victims who suffer as a result of the negligence of others may sue the people or organizations responsible for their injuries. A personal injury lawsuit generally seeks to recover the out-of-pocket expenses incurred by a victim, which includes, among other things, medical bills, lost earnings, funeral bills, etc. Personal Injury lawsuits also seek to recover compensation for wrongful death, past/future pain and suffering as well loss of enjoyment of life.