My Love Of The Law

  • Three Different Kinds Of Claims That May Arise Out Of A Personal Injury Lawsuit

    23 March 2015

    When you submit a personal injury demand letter, your claim is not the only one that may arise out of the incident. Here are three examples of further claims that other parties may make: A Counterclaim When you have submitted your claim to the defendant, he or she may also have some claims arising out of the same incident that caused your injuries. If the defendant files these claims against you, then they are known as counterclaims.

  • Constructive Possession Of Drugs: You Can Be Convicted Even If The Drugs Weren't Actually On You

    17 March 2015

    Myth: You can't be convicted for possession of drugs if they weren't on your body, or in the vehicle when you were arrested. After all, a dozen other people could have placed those drugs there, so there's no way to prove that you had anything to do with them, right? Reality: The prosecutor doesn't have to show that you had actual possession of the drugs. You can still be convicted for constructive possession of the drugs, whether they were your drugs or not.

  • Can You File A Claim For Against A Government Agency For Car Damage?

    11 March 2015

    Sometimes, your car can be damaged as a result of poor road conditions. Potholes, guardrail damage, and poorly designed roads can cause significant damage to your car. To get your car repaired by the responsible party, you might have to jump through some hoops. Find the Responsible Party Before you can take action to get your car repaired, you have to determine who is responsible for paying for your car's damages.

  • How The Social Security Administration Determines Disability Pay

    24 February 2015

    If you are getting ready to file a claim for disability, you may be wondering how much money you'll eventually be receiving. The amount is not an exact science, and there's a complicated formula that the Social Security Administration uses when calculating disability. The formula is based on the average lifetime earnings of the applicant before the disability began. The pay is not based on how severe the disability is. This article will provide you a better understanding on what you can expect when the Social Security Administration is calculating your pay.

  • Steps To Take After A Car Accident

    20 February 2015

    In order to avoid getting into a car accident, you must be watching the road at all times without distraction. Sometimes an auto accident can occur because of another driver's fault. If you happen to get into an automobile accident that you feel was not an error by yourself, you will need to follow necessary steps to get your medical or automotive bills paid. Here are some guidelines to use after getting into an automobile accident.

  • Reconstruction Experts: What You Should Know

    18 February 2015

    Have you ever had an accident and when asked what happened realized that you just weren't sure? That's not uncommon. Even short-term emotional stress and physical trauma can make it difficult to remember exactly what happened during an accident. That's when an accident reconstruction expert may have to step in, in order to help build your personal injury case. Learn more about these experts, and what they can do for you.

  • The Process Of Filing An Accident Claim With The Assistance Of A Professional Attorney

    11 February 2015

    If you are currently dealing with the aftermath of an automobile accident in which the other driver was at fault, it is imperative that you contact a personal injury attorney for an immediate consultation prior to filing an accident claim. Attempting to file a claim for damages on your own can be tricky, especially if the other driver's insurance company decides to put up a fight. A professional accident attorney can help you swiftly move through the red tape that often accompanies accident claims by conducting a full investigation and acting promptly on your behalf.