Any number of things might go wrong, during the creation of a child’s car seat. Parents should remain aware for that fact, when purchasing such a device.
When a pedestrian gets hit by a motorist, it seems apparent that the same walker should qualify for some form of compensation. The Insurance Commission of British Columbia (ICBC) has created a system by which a pedestrian can seek that deserved compensation.
If a resident of British Columbia becomes involved in a car accident, then he or she must complete a lengthy process, in order to seek the ICBC’s no-fault benefits. A claimant could make one or more mistakes, while pursuing that process.
The Insurance Commission of British Columbia (ICBC) counts on each of its adjusters to do their job. Unfortunately, the performance of that job does not help accident victims to obtain a fair compensation for their injuries.
In legalese, the term “tort” refers to any act that a business or individual commits and causes physical harm to another person. In civil lawsuits, this usually involves harm to an individual, their property, or their reputation. It can also involve diminishing the value of something. Most torts and personal injury lawsuits result from the negligent actions or behavior of a company or person. However, there is a section of tort law that focuses on intent or the intentional act of a person.
Personal injury lawyers do offer a free consultation to any potential client. Still, that does not mean that each consulted attorney feels obligated to take the presented case. Lawyers have their own goals and plans. Any goal or plan might keep a personal injury attorney from accepting a case.