Local waste removal ordinances may ban the disposal of hazardous materials through the regular trash collection process. Specific chemicals could cause a fire when disposed of improperly. Persons exposed to chemicals may suffer extreme burns or even blindness. Therefore, the local municipality might set aside a specific day of the year for hazardous materials collections. Usually, a homeowner must drop the chemicals off at a designated waste dump. Those not willing to follow appropriate disposal steps for cans and plastic containers containing hazardous materials may place them in a recyclables trash can with the hopes that waste collectors won't notice.
2 October 2020
Being in an accident can upend your life. You've got medical bills to pay, treatment to endure and damaged property to replace. During this time, being contacted by the responsible party's insurance company may seem lucky. After all, you have bills to pay, and the insurer seems to be offering help. In reality, the insurance company is only interested in settling your claim quickly and for the least amount of money possible.
21 September 2020
Personal injuries can have a direct and negative impact on your life, and this is true whether you slip and fall while at work or are the victim of a serious auto accident. The good news is that filing a personal injury claim and obtaining compensation via this claim can help relieve some of the financial burden that you are experiencing as a result of the medical costs and other life-altering changes.
10 September 2020
If you have a loved one who you think was neglected while they were in a nursing home, you are going to want to move your loved one to a safe environment. After that, you are going to want to contact a personal injury attorney and pursue a case against the facility that neglected your loved one. When you pursue a legal case, part of the point of the case is to force the facility to make changes, and the other point of the case is to pursue financial compensation.
21 August 2020
The summer season is well underway, and you no doubt see many people enjoying the sunshine on jet skis on your local water sources. Jet skiing can be a great activity, but they can also cause deadly accidents if they are not operated properly. The following are some things you need to know about jet ski accidents: Potential Injuries Jet skis can operate at high rates of speed with the operator only able to hold on to the handlebars of the watercraft.
6 August 2020
A police officer will usually pull over a drunk driver because the officer suspects that the drunk driver is under the influence. For example, you might have been weaving or drifting, braking erratically, stopping inappropriately, or turning illegally. When you are pulled over, there are several steps you can take to improve your situation. You May Need a Drunk Driving Attorney If the police officer decides that you're not drunk and lets you go, you won't need an attorney.
28 July 2020
When you are injured, your medical records and other forms of electronic data will play a large role in your case. In the past, medical records were largely recorded on paper. However, as hospitals have modernized, they have moved toward digital records. Therefore, the laws pertaining to the admissibility of electronic business records and computer-generated data will be relevant to you and your personal injury lawyer. Computer-Generated Data With a motor vehicle crash involving a commercial vehicle, there are several forms of computer-generated data that might be relevant to your case.
17 July 2020
While riding a bike is a great way to get around town, you do not have the same protection around your body as if you are in a car. If you get into an accident, it is more likely that you will sustain an injury and have some big medical bills as a result. Here are some things you need to know about this unique injury situation. What Do You Do After A Bike Accident?
2 July 2020
Do you have a disability? Or maybe you have a medical condition that prevents you from earning income. In either of these cases, you may qualify for Social Security Disability benefits. If you meet certain criteria for your condition, you may be able to receive anywhere from $800 to $1,800 a month. However, when you first apply for Social Security Disability, there is a good chance you will get denied. In fact, only 30 percent of Social Security Disability applicants get approved.
19 June 2020
There are many types of injuries that can happen after a car accident. While a broken arm or leg is easy to spot and diagnose, a brain injury can be much harder to handle. Here are some questions about auto accident–related brain injuries that you should know the answer to. Are There Signs Of A Brain Injury To Look Out For? If you have a loved one that was in a major auto accident, you'll want to know the signs to look out for that they have suffered some sort of brain injury.
12 June 2020