If you sustain serious injuries in a crash with a reckless driver in Mississippi, you can have peace of mind knowing the liable motorist is obligated to cover the damages. When it comes to awarding compensation following motor vehicle collisions, Mississippi operates under a tort system. Continue Reading
What Should You Do If You Get Hurt on the Job?
It goes without saying that some industries are far more dangerous than others, but at the end of the day, anyone can get hurt on the job. Even office workers can develop occupational diseases like carpal tunnel syndrome or strain their back when picking up a ream of copier paper. Continue Reading
What Should I Do After a Slip and Fall Accident?
Nothing will ruin your day—or the next six months—faster than a slip and fall accident when running errands. All it takes is one wrong step on a cracked, uneven, or slippery surface to sustain serious injuries that land you in the hospital. Continue Reading
How Can I Ensure My Family’s Safety on Our Next Road Trip?
The kids may be back in school, but there are plenty of three-day weekends during the fall for families to take advantage of by hitting the road together. You can learn about all kinds of local events that have something for everyone by browsing VisitMississippi.org. Continue Reading
What Is Hydroplaning?
It has been more than a decade since Hurricane Katrina swept through Mississippi, but thousands of residents are still recovering from both the physical and emotional devastation that it caused. Fortunately, the state is better equipped than ever to respond to powerful storms should one strike during the 2017 hurricane season, but citizens need to Continue Reading
3 Elements You Must Prove in a Personal Injury Claim
If you were injured due to another person’s careless or reckless actions, you have a right to claim reasonable compensation for damages that you incurred. There are three elements that you must prove in order for your claim to be successful: Continue Reading