Motorcycles are a fun and exciting way to get around, but can be dangerous to drive if you aren't safe. For example, you may injure a passenger by driving too fast and getting into an accident. However, there are defenses you can utilize to protect yourself in this scenario. Passengers In A Motorcycle Accident May Sue The Driver Injuries caused to a passenger in this type of motorcycle accident are often considered the fault of the driver.
- Jumping on a trampoline is both one of the most exciting and dangerous leisure activity for kids. However, just because it's dangerous, doesn't mean that you have no legal course for redress if your kid should get injured in a trampoline. Here are some of the people who may be liable for your child's trampoline injuries: The Owner of the Trampoline In most cases, the owner of a trampoline has the responsibility of protecting other people from being injured by the trampoline.
- So, you've been in a car accident? What comes next? After reporting the accident to your insurance carrier, your next best step is to get yourself an attorney who can help you. If you aren't sure why you need an attorney, check out these four important reasons. They Help Determine Your Liability Car accidents aren't always cut and dry. One driver isn't always 100 percent responsible. In fact, even if you, your attorney, and your insurance company agree you aren't liable at all, the other driver's insurance company may disagree.
- When you enlist the help of a lawyer in filing for chapter 7 bankruptcy, one of the first questions they're going to ask you is whether or not you owe any back income taxes. How you answer this question could play a big role in the future of your bankruptcy case. Owing income taxes and owing on a substitute for return are two very different things, and if you understand the difference and answer your lawyer accordingly, he or she will be better prepared to help you.
- If you've been hurt in a car accident and are expecting a settlement, it may be tempting to take out a loan and make a large purchase. You could buy a new car or go on a vacation now, and pay off the debt when you receive your settlement. It's never a good idea to spend a settlement before you receive it, though. First, you could lose your case. Second, even if you do receive a settlement, it might not be as large as you're anticipating.