Monthly Archives: November 2021
Friction Plays A Large Part In Slip And Fall Cases
Many people see slip and fall accidents as being relatively easy cases. Was there a substance on the ground? How long was it there? Did the victim see it? But there is actually a good amount of science that comes into play in slip and fall cases—specifically, the science of friction. Friction When You… Read More »
Can You Hold A Landlord Liable For Your Slip And Fall Injuries On The Leased Property?
If you slipped and fell on your leased property, you might wonder whether you can hold your landlord liable for your injury and resulting damages. The question is not as straightforward as it may seem. Under the common law, you may not be able to sue your landlord for injuries on the leased premises… Read More »
What Damages Will Your Rhode Island Personal Injury Case Pay For?
If you have sustained injuries because of another party’s negligent conduct, you might be entitled to compensation. However, an injured victim may wonder, “How much is my personal injury case worth?” The answer depends on a wide range of factors, including your state law, the severity of your injury, the available sources of compensation,… Read More »
What Happens If You Reject The Insurance Company’s Settlement Offer After A Car Accident?
If you have been involved in a car accident, you might be entitled to compensation by pursuing a personal injury claim against the at-fault driver’s insurance policy. Once a claim is filed, the insurance company may offer a settlement that does not reflect the full extent of your damages and losses. For this reason,… Read More »