Wrongful Death Suits: Dealing with Suicide, Tips for Survivors
When someone takes his or her own life, many people immediately blame that individual, but, as I learned after my brother committed suicide, the reality is much larger than that. In some cases, liability for the death can be traced back to a doctor, a psychologist, or a type of medication. In cases where bullying or trauma were involved, liability may even be traced to a boss, a teacher, or groups of colleagues. Losing my brother was such a profoundly painful experience, and I have found that writing really helps me to process it. In particular, I like writing things like this blog that help others in my situation. If you have lost a loved one to suicide and believe that another party could be liable, you have come to the right place. This blog focuses on everything related to that concept, and it looks at it from a variety of angles.
When an accident upsets your life, it can have far-reaching consequences. You might be surprised at the way even minor injuries affect you, for example. In some cases, you might be asked to appear at a special type of medical exam during your quest to obtain financial compensation. Read on to find out more about dealing with the independent medical exam (IME).
What is the purpose of the IME?
You might not realize it yet, but your entire personal injury case hinges on your injuries and medical expenses. [Read More]