The Do's and Don'ts After a Car Accident
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The Do's and Don'ts After a Car Accident

I was recently involved in a car accident. Unfortunately, since it was my first accident, I was scatter-brained and anxious. What I did not realize at the time was that the actions you take immediately after the accident can affect a personal injury case and the outcome of that case. I wanted to find a way to share my experiences and mistakes with other. Since the Internet is so popular, I figured this would be a great way to do so. While you likely aren't planning on being in an accident soon, if you are, hopefully you remember some of the tips I share on this website.

The Do's and Don'ts After a Car Accident

  • How To Avoid Making Mistakes With Tipped Employees

    25 February 2019

    Having employees who accept tips is one way that you may lower costs. Customers are expected to tip in some industries, and tipped employees will sometimes earn more than their non-tipped counterparts who work solely for an hourly wage. However, you must avoid common mistakes that are made when using tipped employees.  Make Sure Your Employees Are Receiving Enough Tips  Understand when an employee is considered to be "tipped". An employee is not necessarily tipped if he or she has received less than $30 a month in tips.

  • Planning For Your Incapacity: Why A Living Will Matters

    19 January 2019

    While you may have a will written that provides instructions on what to do with your assets when you pass, a living will is something else entirely. Also called an advanced directive, your living will gives explicit instructions on what to do in the event you are incapacitated. If you are concerned about the decisions that would be made in the event you couldn't speak for yourself, a living will can be written that lets everyone know what you want if you are sick and on life support.

  • Three Kinds Of Medical Malpractice Damages

    7 December 2018

    Placing your health and your very life in the hands of a medical professional can be a daunting experience. Even when things go perfectly well, having to be hospitalized and undergoing surgery can be terrifying and uncomfortable for most people. When things go badly, however, your situation can go from uncomfortable to much worse. When you are speaking of a medical malpractice case, the harm inflicted on you and the compensation you receive are called damages.

  • Urgent Care Vs. The E.R.: Which Will Better Help Your Case?

    30 October 2018

    You should always go to the emergency room for treatment when you are facing a life-threatening injury. Even if you are not in pain, you must seek treatment so that you can identify any injuries that may not produce symptoms of pain — and you will also need records that you received medical treatment. However, you will also want to carefully choose whether you will go to an emergency room or urgent care.

  • Process Servers 101: Common FAQs From The General Public

    24 September 2018

    "You've been served." You may have heard this statement dramatized a few times on television by an actor portraying a process server. You may have even dealt with a process server once or twice yourself. But who are these professionals really? If you are like the average individual with career curiosities, you will probably have a few questions about process servers in general. Here is a look at a few of the most common questions about process servers and the facts you may want to know.