Can You Refuse a DUI Test?

Can You Refuse a DUI Test? If you are pulled over on the suspicion of driving under the influence, the officer will ask you to take a DUI test. This may include a roadside breathalyzer and a field sobriety test. You can and should refuse both of these DUI tests. They are fallible and subjective, respectively, and will almost always increase your chances of being … Read More

Do You Lose Your License Immediately After a DUI?

Do You Lose Your License Immediately After a DUI? If you’ve been pulled over for a DUI or DWI in the United States, the law requires that your license be automatically suspended for 6 to 12 months. The automatic suspension occurs between 10 to 30 days following the arrest. Being arrested for a DUI doesn’t necessarily mean you will be convicted but it will still … Read More

Is Wrongful Death a Personal Injury?

The Difference Between Personal Injury & Wrongful Death Claims Despite the fact that both a personal injury claim and a wrongful death claim involves negligence that results in personal harm, they are two very different types of claims. A wrongful death suit and not the same as a personal injury suit. Both types of lawsuits arise when the negligent, reckless, or intentional actions of someone … Read More

What’s the Difference Between Personal Injury & Worker’s Comp?

The Difference Between Personal Injury & Worker’s Comp It’s not uncommon for personal injury cases and worker’s compensation cases to be confused. Sometimes worker’s comp cases are even referred to as a type of personal injury case even though that is not the case. In fact, they are two different types of cases but it can sometimes be difficult to tell the difference between the … Read More

How Long Does a Personal Injury Trial Last?

Personal Injury Cases Going to Court If you’re involved in a personal injury case which goes to court, you can expect the trial to last between a couple of days and a couple of weeks. That being said, it’s very uncommon for a personal injury case to actually go to court, as most cases are usually settled outside of court. While it is very common … Read More

Do Most Personal Injury Cases Settle Out of Court?

Personal Injury Cases Settling Out of Court It is true that most personal injury cases do settle outside of court. In fact, the majority of all cases, whether they’re criminal, civil, probate, or divorce, tend to settle out of court. This is usually because it is beneficial for both sides to avoid risk, time, and additional fees. With personal injury cases, nearly all cases are … Read More

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