There’s a famous saying, “Security is 25% common sense, 80% obedience and the rest is good luck.” Though that may rather be an odd computation, the point however is that some people may only rely on the probabilities of a “good luck.”
Relying on Luck? When it comes to personal care, however, it is still best to be alert. At all times!
Well, it has been calculated that 2300 deaths take place each year due to motorcycle accidents. That is a horrifying fact to think about. What if a surprise comes? What if, all of a sudden, while you were walking safely towards the other side of the road, a car driver disobeys a red light and pass away from a couple inches from you? It could have been your last journey! And sometimes, accidents wreck our life just for those couple inches.
But what if you are a victim of somebody else’s carelessness? The best thing after having experienced such event can be some bruises, but it can break all your dreams into pieces too. You may feel helpless as you did not even do anything wrong. So why shatter your dreams for someone else’s negligence? Well, if it’s already shattered, than start gluing those pieces by calling an attorney. And personal injury law will make sure you get your rights.
If you already had a personal injury attorney at hand, you would have already cracked half of the problem. Call 911 and describe the incident straightaway. Your attorney ought to know what you have to do next.
Will Luck Help You Win Your Case?
Well, let’s chat about “luck” once more. Assume your attorney has filed your case but you simply couldn’t tell him about some facts that led into the event. Will luck ever support you?
Not so much, in this situation.
Winning personal injury claims also needs enough evidence from the casualty’s side. So, the next time you feel you’re on the highway to danger, you might need to be very sharp-eyed of everyone and everything nearby you.
As stated above, you need to be on your guard all the time. There may be sudden occurrences; but at least you can evade the worst ones.
So, the next time you get lured to depend on luck, remember these remarkable words of Ralph Waldo Emerson, “Shallow men have faith in luck in their bad times. But strong men have confidence in in reason and result.”