Burns are some of the more common types of injuries that we see in our law practice. These types of injuries can be very painful and often come with other complications to your health, such as susceptibility to infection, pain management issues, and concerns about scarring and disfigurement. Burn injuries can happen almost anywhere, but some of the more common places that people get burned include the home, school, workplace, and public places. Individuals that have received burn injuries as a result of someone else’s negligence should consult with a reputable personal injury lawyer to see if they have a case, and what is the best course of action moving forward to make sure they’re fairly compensated.
The creator of the Serve Safe, Drink Safe, Do the Right Thing campaign, Asheville Attorney Lakota Denton, is following up on his campaign video by printing and distributing 10,000 coasters to be given for free to bars, breweries, and restaurants in Asheville to help support the message of serving and drinking safely. The campaign, which was designed to raise awareness and promote safe practices around alcohol service and consumption in Asheville, received more than 40,000 views on social media and urges bartenders and bar owners not to over-serve patrons in Asheville, as well as urging patrons not to overindulge when visiting Beer City USA.
They key to making sure you’re properly compensated for an accident claim with an auto insurance is being organized, and having all of the necessary documentation in its place. In order to demonstrate to an insurance adjuster that your accident happened, and that your injuries are legitimate, you will need to provide certain pieces of information and documentation. Without some of this information, and insurance company can and will poke holes in your claim and find ways to diminish the value of, or deny your claim altogether. The following are some of the documents you will want to have on hand to submit along with your claim:
Slip and fall accidents injure countless people every year. Broken bones or injuries to the neck, back, and joints can leave fall victims in chronic pain for years. The confusion and shock of a fall that causes injury often leaves victims at a loss for what to do after they’ve fallen in a store or other public place.