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There are three things we need to factor in to prove you have a viable personal injury case, negligence, causation, and damages. Negligence means the legal liability of the other side for their conduct. We need to show it was not just an accident, but it was due to something the other party did wrong.

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Generally, a prior arrest it is not admissible as evidence. In other words, if they have a jury trial, the jury is not allowed, the state, or the prosecutor is not allowed to inform a jury or bringing evidence of the prior arrest or conviction.

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The process of bail is set automatically by a schedule the police have based on the level of the offense. You can post cash bail, or you can post a bond by going through a bond company, or bondsmen.

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If you have been injured in an accident that wasn’t your fault, it is very likely that you will be dealing with an insurance company in order to seek compensation for your damages. Settlement discussions are commonplace in personal injury insurance claims and are considered the default way to resolve your dispute before deciding to take the next step and ...

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