Tag Archives: Injury Lawsuits
Can I Borrow Money Against my Lawsuit?
When someone is injured, whether in a car accident or due to some other form of negligence, there are often expensive medical bills to pay. Along with bills, people may be out of work for an extended period of time. This also means lost wages from being away from work. Some may even find… Read More »
Does Medicare Get Paid if I Win my Personal Injury Lawsuit?
When you are injured in a car accident or by a negligent healthcare provider, you will likely incur significant medical bills. From emergency room bills to repeated office visits, the cost can pile up quickly. If you are a senior on Medicare, chances are good that your out-of-pocket costs will be minimal. This does… Read More »
Why You Should Never Represent Yourself in a Personal Injury Lawsuit
You may have heard the term, “pro se.” This term just means “for self.” In the legal world, a pro se litigant is someone who represents himself in a litigated case. This means drafting and filing documents and appearing in court without the benefit of an attorney. There are times when this is perfectly… Read More »
Florida Drivers Beware: Florida Is One Of The Most Dangerous States For Drivers
Some new Floridians lament the rise in automobile insurance, often claiming that premiums were as much as half or a third less in their home states. For instance, drivers in Chicago may be shocked to learn that there are several areas of Florida where their premiums would be significantly higher, such as Miami. Part… Read More »