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When Can a Lawsuit Be Dismissed?

Published on Aug 14, 2020 at 10:50 am in Personal Injury.
When Can a Lawsuit Be Dismissed?

When you’re filing a lawsuit, you’re likely seeking compensation for the injuries you’ve suffered from an accident that wasn’t your fault. You want to make sure your lawsuit is valid and everything is filed properly so your lawsuit can proceed.

However, if there is an issue with the lawsuit, it could be dismissed. This could mean you can no longer pursue legal action for compensation, which can put you in a financially difficult situation. A Biloxi personal injury lawyer from Corban Gunn, Attorney at Law can help you file a lawsuit so you can fight for the justice you deserve.

The Difference Between “Breach of Care” and “Duty of Care”

Published on Aug 14, 2020 at 10:15 am in Personal Injury.
The Difference Between “Breach of Care” and “Duty of Care”

When you’ve been injured because of someone else’s negligence, you can file a personal injury claim to seek compensation. To have the best chances of getting the compensation you deserve, hiring representation can help you build a strong case that shows the other party was responsible for your injuries. If you or a loved one is seeking representation, a Biloxi personal injury lawyer from Corban Gunn, Attorney at Law can help you get the justice you deserve.

What Qualifies as Emotional Distress in a Personal Injury Claim?

Published on Jun 25, 2020 at 9:14 am in Personal Injury.
What Qualifies as Emotional Distress in a Personal Injury Claim?

When negligence contributes to an accident, thoughts immediately go to the financial consequences and injuries. Depending on the accident, a person could be suffering from broken bones, soft tissue injuries, or more debilitating conditions. That, however, is not where the harm ends. For many who have suffered preventable accidents, they are also left to deal with emotional trauma—which is compensable through the eyes of the law. Let’s take a look at what qualifies as emotional distress in a personal injury claim.

What Does the Term “Plaintiff Attorney” Mean?

Published on Jun 18, 2020 at 6:45 am in Personal Injury.
What Does the Term “Plaintiff Attorney” Mean?

Deciding to file a personal injury claim is not a decision you make lightly. You don’t have to make that decision on your own, which is where a personal injury lawyer comes in. When you choose to file a lawsuit, like a personal injury case, you are considered the plaintiff because you initiated the suit. Since you are the plaintiff, your lawyer is the plaintiff attorney because they represent you.

How Long Are Truckers Legally Allowed to Drive For?

Published on May 28, 2020 at 11:25 am in Truck Accidents.
How Long Are Truckers Legally Allowed to Drive For?

Truck drivers keep our nation running—they transport goods over long distances every day so we can have the things we want and need. They have strict schedules so they can cover long distances as quickly as possible and deliver their truck-load on time. The problem with their schedules, though, is they were sometimes so strict that drivers were pulling long hours on the roads without a break.

The Legal Ramifications of Not Having a “Beware of Dog” Sign

Published on May 21, 2020 at 11:58 am in Premises Liability.
The Legal Ramifications of Not Having a “Beware of Dog” Sign

Having a dog can be an experience filled with fun, love, and a lot of learning. Your dog offers you unconditional love and affection in return for your care, and they can even offer you protection in a dire situation. Unfortunately, there are some stressful sides to owning a dog. Depending on the situation, you can be held liable for your dog biting and injuring a person or another animal.

What’s the Process of Suing a Nursing Home for Neglect?

Published on May 14, 2020 at 10:44 am in Nursing Home Abuse.
What’s the Process of Suing a Nursing Home for Neglect?

A nursing home should be a place where you or your loved one can receive the best care possible in their later years in life. Most times, your loved one is in good hands. Unfortunately, though, sometimes they are mistreated in their long-term care facility. In fact, 7.6% of mistreatment occurrences in nursing homes are instances of abuse or neglect.

How to Avoid a Collision When Operating a Boat in Busy Waters

Published on Apr 30, 2020 at 10:33 am in Boating Accidents.
How to Avoid a Collision When Operating a Boat in Busy Waters

On a nice day, you might have the idea to go boating on nearby water. Depending on the size of the lake or river, it could quickly get crowded if other people have the same idea. Busy waters can easily become dangerous for boaters because they have to navigate through other boats as well as potentially rougher waters from all of the other movement. Even if you’re a skilled boater, you could still use some tips and refreshers on how to avoid a collision when operating a boat in busy waters.

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