The world of corporate real estate involves a lot of legalities. Unsurprisingly, that means folks who operate in that world will often require the services of a corporate real estate attorney. If you're wondering whether one might be able to assist you, here are five things they regularly handle on behalf of their clients. Transactions In the simplest sense, a corporate real estate lawyer does a lot of the same things an attorney who only handles residential work takes on. [Read More]
Don't Let These Assumptions Ruin Your Personal Injury Claim
Car accidents can create stress and misery and that can lead to making some very unwise assumptions about being compensated. If a careless driver has caused you to be injured, try to avoid making the below very common post-accident assumptions. The Other Driver Is Sorry So You Express Sympathy Too It's perfectly natural to sympathize with the other driver after the wreck. However, you must be extremely careful what you say about the accident — particularly how it happened. [Read More]
What Not To Say To An Insurance Adjuster With A Pending Injury Case
Are you currently dealing with a personal injury lawsuit, but being contacted by the responsible person's insurance adjuster to answer questions? If so, you'll want to be very careful about what you say to them, because it could jeopardize your case. You may even be asked leading questions by the insurance adjuster to give the answers that they are looking for. Here are a few things you should never say with a pending injury case. [Read More]
Who Is Liable If You Are Hit By A Self-Driving Car While Walking Across The Street?
As autonomous taxis, cars, buses, trucks, and airport shuttle vans hit the roads, more accidents with autonomous vehicles (AVs) will happen. Self-driving car makers say their cars will get in significantly fewer accidents than human-driven cars. So if a self-driving car hits you at a crosswalk, will you be able to prove the car is at fault? While awaiting the outcome of the first lawsuit involving a self-driving car and a pedestrian death, filed against Tesla in April in a California court, the responses of self driving car makers to personal injury lawsuits have been mixed. [Read More]