Whiplash after a car accident is not uncommon, and in most cases, the soreness and stiffness fades away within a week or so. But what if it doesn't? If it has been more than a week since your car accident and you are still struggling with pain, stiffness, soreness, and an inability to use your neck properly, then you may be dealing with chronic whiplash. Here are five things you should do ASAP.
An assumption of risk is a legal theory that holds that an injury victim knew that a situation was dangerous, but they still went ahead (voluntarily) to put themselves in the situation. It is a common affirmative defense put up by defendants facing tort claims. There are two main categories of assumption of risk.
Express Assumption of Risk
This theory applies when someone gives their "express agreement," typically a written one, before placing themselves in a dangerous situation.
When car wrecks happen, it may not always be readily apparent who was at fault for the accident. Some accidents involve too many factors to just automatically assign liability. When it comes to how much money you can expect to get for your accident, liability plays a large part. This issue is somewhat confusing, so read on to learn more.
What is meant by liability?
In simplest terms, liability is another way of saying guilt or fault.
If you've been in a motorcycle accident, you may be trying to resume your normal life as much as possible. That may include posting on various social media websites and apps. However, it's important to be careful with what you post.
Posting on the internet has been misunderstood since it began, but perhaps the most misunderstood aspect is that even "private" posts may not be private. That's true no matter how carefully you set your security settings.
If your child was a sports practice and got hurt, but the coach continued to make them practice even though they were in pain, and now you have a serious injury on your hands, it's time to call a lawyer. You don't want to pay for the bills that will follow to treat the injury, and the coach should pay for the injury that they caused your child. Here are some of the things that you want to talk with a lawyer about so you can get to the bottom of the situation, and so you have proof the case.