Personal Injury | Blogs by Steven Titus & Associates, P.C.
It is a dangerous situation to be hit by a car while riding a motorcycle. Unlike the drivers that hit them, motorcycle riders lack the protection of an enclosed vehicle and are far more vulnerable to serious or fatal injuries. This situation is made even worse when the at-fault driver leaves the scene of the accident without taking financial responsibility for the damage they caused. Fortunately, there may be ways to recover compensation if you are a motorcyclist who has been the victim of a hit-and-run driver.
Being attacked and mauled by a dog is a traumatic experience, and even more so if you sustained serious bites. It is important to report the incident to animal control. The dog may bite other people if steps are not taken to prevent it, and the dog owner needs to be made aware of the dog’s behavior. Calling animal control or the police also means there will be an official report that you may need later.
The open wilderness of Campbell County and Gillette offers a variety of trails and parks to explore by bike. Riders will often jump into gear to enjoy the clear trails and roads, but they should keep in mind all possible safety risks before heading out. Our local trails can be inviting for intrepid explorers, but our roads and highways are a different story and require a clear mind to avoid a serious accident.
Taking care of our families as they age is the responsibility of every generation. Our parents who raised us, our uncles and aunts, and any loved ones who are no longer able to care for themselves become a priority for us, and we want to ensure that they receive the care and support that they deserve.
Hospitals are not transparent by nature. They don’t share their safety records with the public, and they do not like to admit it when they make mistakes. They’re businesses, and while we hope they have good motives, we know the administrators make a lot of money.
The bubonic plague is the stuff of nightmares. This disease was responsible for some of the darkest times in human history. But it’s not something we have to worry about in the 21st century, right?
There’s no doubt that Wyoming is one of the best places in the country to hunt. With our beautiful scenery and abundance of wildlife, it truly is a hunter’s dream. More and more people have been discovering this as, once again, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department is announcing a significant increase the number of hunting applications.
While this is good news for the state and for the hunters lucky enough to grab a license, it could spell trouble unless safety is a priority.
Insurance is a part of our everyday lives. It’s a way for you to protect against unforeseen events, whether a car wreck, a health emergency, or a fire in the home. Based on the many, many insurance commercials on TV, it would seem like insurance companies are only concerned with helping us in our time of need.
The reality is insurance companies are among the largest, wealthiest corporations in the world. In our years of practicing law in Gillette, we’ve seen countless insurance companies put their bottom line ahead of the welfare of their clients.
Dogs are a big part of the landscape here in Wyoming. We keep them not only as pets, but also as a form of security, for hunting, and for other jobs. But all these dogs, while useful, mean that people get bitten quite often in Wyoming.
Here in Wyoming, we personal injury lawyers encounter another kind of accident that most lawyers don’t: horse accidents.
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