Winter weather—which means ice and snow—is here to stay for the season, so it's time to go over some of the basics that everyone needs to remember when they're driving. Take a moment to review these winter driving tips before you head out on the road again. 1. Prepare your car for the season. Your driving skills alone won't be enough to keep you safe on the winter roads. Your car has to be ready for the season as well.
- Every death is, technically, a wrongful death. You feel wronged and cheated about the time you could have had with someone you loved. There is not much that removes that pain, except time. However, there are certain wrongful deaths that fall under the legal definition of wrongful death. Trying to sort out whether or not your loved one fits into a legal definition of wrongful death is very difficult. However, here are a few questions you can ask yourself to see if your loved one's situation fits the legal definition of wrongful death and not your personal, emotional definition of wrongful death.
- After you are involved in a motorcycle accident, there are specific things that you need to do in order to protect yourself. You want to make sure that you protect both your ability to get compensation as well as protect yourself from a legal standpoint. #1 Always Call the Police After an accident, you always need to get in touch with the police. You need to call the police and report the accident.
- If you've slipped, fallen, and sustained an injury, taking legal action may be appropriate. There are several things that can strengthen your case, from the help of witnesses to email correspondence with the business or property owner in which he or she apologizes for your injury. However, you should know that every slip and fall case isn't an automatic slam dunk. There are several factors that could make it tricky for you to win your case.
- Most tenants assume their landlords are maintaining the mortgages on the homes they're renting. Unfortunately, this isn't always true. Some landlords stop paying the house notes and simply pocket the rent their tenants pay up until the month when the banks foreclose on the houses, leaving the tenants to deal with the consequences. If this happened to you, you may be wondering if you can sue for damages. It depends on a variety of factors.