While every personal injury case is unique, prevention is always preferable to litigation. Safer, more conscientious communities is the name of the game — and the team at Morrow, Morrow, Ryan, Bassett & Haik is here to help. In this blog, we’ll debunk common myths, share uncommon insights and generally offer information designed to protect your rights.
Consider this a primer for pending legal questions. While not a replacement for an official consultation, we will touch on topics sure to interest you. Want a topic covered? Contact us!
Your car is stopped on the side of the road, your muscles are tense from the shock of an unexpected impact, and you’re just trying to figure out what you should do to get back on track with your day. But how do you make sure you protect yourself in the case of a personal injury suit or insurance dispute?
From divorce to bankruptcy to personal injury, the legal process is different for every type of case. However, some constants hold true: it’s vital to avoid certain mistakes in order to protect yourself before the trial starts. Read on for a few tips on how to get your case into the hands of a legal professional with the best chances of success intact.
Have you been injured through the negligence of another party? Whether it was the fault of an employer, a bad driver or another individual, it’s crucial to document all evidence to bring to your attorney so your case has the best chance of succeeding in court. Below are a few tips to keep in mind when gathering evidence for your personal injury lawsuit.
During a criminal or civil trial, knowing exactly what is happening at every stage of the process is crucial. That is why attorneys and judges have specialized language that is meant to specifically and accurately indicate the processes, documents and functions of the court. Read on for a comprehensive glossary of legal defense terms that will demystify the process and allow you to walk into your attorney’s office with confidence that you can assist in your own defense.