How To Protect Your Benefits Following A Car Accident

Depending on where you live, you may be qualified to receive benefits following a car accident. However, to make yourself qualified, you will have to call in the police and insurance company immediately following the accident. The insurance company will then go ahead to investigate the accident and make a judgmental call on who is responsible and what benefits you are entitled to. To receive full legal protection, it is wise to seek out a lawyer who will handle all communication with the insurance company on your behalf. Read More

Know More About Punitive Damages In A Personal Injury Claim

If you have been injured because of behavior of another person, you could sue for damages. A financial reimbursement owed are damages. The money amount is to restore you back whole, or how you were before being injured. It is rare to be granted punitive damages. The person at fault must be found guilty of inconceivable, evil behavior. The punitive damages are awarded to punish the one at fault, not necessarily to make amends to you. If high punitive damages are awarded it is to send a message and they are not very likely to repeat their bad behavior due to the high cost associated with the punishment. Read More

Filing A Wrongful Death Lawsuit

In Ontario, most wrongful death claims are filed in incidents such as car accidents where the other driver was careless or negligent. Wrongful death claims are filed in civil court. Criminal actions, due to accident circumstances, can be added to the civil action compensation. A wrongful death lawsuit is filed against the party of, their company are whoever insures the person responsible. If the accident was fatal the at fault drivers insurance company is responsible for compensation. Read More

Actions To Take If Requested Claim Denied

No one that has access to a long term disability insurance policy should assume that he or she will always be guaranteed payments, when disabled by a certain physical or medical condition. The introduction of any sign that the policy holder will be disabled should trigger the making of a claim. Yet that claim could be denied. Fortunately, there are certain actions that can be taken by the adult that has been denied expected disability payments. Read More

Tips For Proving Intent When Claiming Intentional Tort

Every case handled by a personal injury lawyer in Milton involves performance of some type of tort. Tort is an action that harms one party when it has been performed by a second party. The intent to commit intentional tort represents a disregard for the rules that seek to prevent commission of an action that can become a victim’s grounds for filing a special type of personal injury claim. Read More