Seeking Compensation For Birth Defects Due To Food Poisoning

Posted on: 28 April 2020

Food poisoning can lead to mild, moderate, or severe symptoms. In some cases, food poisoning can even be fatal. However, if you are pregnant, even food poisoning with mild symptoms can lead to severe health problems. One particular form of food poisoning that is very dangerous to a fetus is listeria. If your child experiences birth defects due to food poisoning, you may be entitled to compensation.  Birth Defects Caused By Food Poisoning
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When Things Go Wrong With Your Workers' Comp Insurance

Posted on: 27 April 2020

When it comes to work-related injuries and illnesses, few things beat workers' compensation insurance. This insurance comes to workers free of charge and covers them from the very first moment they begin working. Most workers never think about this form of coverage until they are hurt on the job. In most cases, benefits are paid. In others, not so much. Read on and find out what can go wrong and how to make things right again with your workers' compensation insurance claim.
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The Danger Of Being Thrown From A Motorcycle During An Accident

Posted on: 27 April 2020

One of the primary differences between motorcycles and other vehicles is that motorcyclists can be thrown much more easily from their bikes. Because there is less protection with a motorcycle, this can lead to much more serious injuries such as broken bones, cuts, and scrapes. If you are thrown from your motorcycle as a result of being hit by a car, you should speak to an attorney as soon as possible and seek medical care.
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5 Things To Know About Bicycle Accidents

Posted on: 24 April 2020

If you are an avid cyclist, hopefully, you will be able to put thousands of miles on the road without getting into an accident with an automobile. However, if you do get into an accident with an automobile, it is important to understand your rights and to contact an attorney right away to represent you. Thing #1: Get Contact Information When you are involved in an accident with an automobile as a cyclist, you should treat the situation as if you were driving a car.
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