Sharing the Road: How to Deal with Bicycle Injury Compensation

Bicycle riders are more prevalent now and some motorists are not prepared to safely share the road with them. As concerns about gas prices, climate change, and the need for cardiovascular exercise grow, so do the number of bicyclists. Unfortunately, greater numbers mean more chances for bicyclists being hit and injured by vehicles. If you are the victim of a bike accident and are wondering how you can be compensated, read on. [Read More]

Taking Action Against Employment Discrimination

Unless someone has the skills and dedication to making their own income that is sufficient enough to make a living on, it is usually necessary to work for someone else. Unfortunately, not all employers are fair when it comes to how they treat their staff or who they allow to work with their company. Sometimes employees are hired just to make the company appear as though they don't discriminate against certain individuals when in reality they do. [Read More]

When A Neighborly Disagreement Becomes A Legal Matter: Tips For Managing A Difficult Situation

Boundary disputes are a common cause of stress between neighbors in both rural and urban areas. These issues sometimes crop up unexpectedly over simple actions such as the location of a new fence or issues with a tree or shed. Boundary line disputes can also occur when one party or another is in the process of selling their property and a question arises regarding lot size, dimensions, or deed information. If your neighbor has just notified you of a problem with the existing boundary line between their property and yours, this information can help you determine your next move. [Read More]

Ask An Attorney For Guidance When You've Been Injured By A Trip-And-Fall Accident On A Sidewalk

If you trip over a heaved area of concrete and break a hip or suffer a back injury, the owner of the sidewalk may be responsible for your medical bills. Sometimes a fall on concrete does little more than cause embarrassment and a few bruises, but other times a fall can cause a head injury or broken bones that lead to expensive medical care. Hiring a personal injury attorney could be an important first step in getting compensation for treatment. [Read More]