A personal injury can have an immediate effect on your life, and it can change you in many ways. People often think about the physical impact of personal injuries, but injuries can cause mental strain and impact as well.
If you have followed the news of a teen accused of a fatal hit-and-run collision in Hartford, an update was released on Feb. 5. The teen's trial is coming up soon, during which he will be facing charges for the hit-and-run collision, which resulted in the victim suffering double amputations before her eventual death.
When you're walking with a dog, you generally keep it on a short leash. Why? If it decides it wants to lunge at another person, it gives you a chance to retract the leash and protect the other person from your dog's attack.
A motorcyclist was killed and a driver was injured in another tragic incident in Connecticut. According to a report from Dec. 10, the police were called at around 5:13 p.m. on Sunday. There was a report that a motorcyclist and SUV had been involved in a collision.
A personal injury lawsuit is usually the last thing anyone wants to go through, especially after suffering a serious wound. It is important, though, that those who are responsible for other people's pain and suffering are held accountable.
You may not think that there is a reason why you should have to stand up for yourself if you've been attacked by a neighbor's dog. However, if the neighbor asserts that you caused the attack, they may try to avoid paying for your medical costs or other losses.
There are many kinds of injuries you could suffer, but one of the most shocking is when you're attacked by man's best friend: a dog. Dogs are, by nature, generally gentle and loyal to humans. Unfortunately, there are times, either because of abuse, illness or poor temperament, that some dogs may become violent. These animals can put your life at risk.
A car crash changes lives, which is why it's so important for drivers to be safe behind the wheel. When people don't drive safely, there is a high risk of a serious or fatal collision.