Proving Your Injuries Are Work Related: Getting The Benefits You Deserve

Posted on: 5 June 2020

If you are injured while you are working, worker's compensation insurance is supposed to pay you benefits while you are at home recovering. It can be difficult to obtain benefits, and many people turn to a worker's comp lawyer to get help if an initial claim is denied. Injuries happen at work all the time, but the insurance company can deny your claim for a number of reasons. If the extent of your injuries is not clear, or your medical records show that you had a preexisting condition, you will need to work closely with a worker's compensation lawyer to get the benefits you need to support yourself while you heal.
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2 Trucker Characteristics That Could Cause An Accident

Posted on: 28 May 2020

Passenger cars share public roadways with commercial vehicles of all shapes and sizes. Semi-trucks are among the most dangerous types of commercial vehicles a passenger car can interact with on any roadway. The drivers behind the wheels of all semi-trucks have a responsibility to operate their commercial vehicles safely. Circumstances within the transportation industry have led to drivers with some less-than-desirable characteristics traveling down the road. If you feel that either of the following characteristics has contributed to a crash, contact a personal injury attorney for help.
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Injured In A Rear-End Auto Accident? Know The Value Of Your Case

Posted on: 19 May 2020

Did another driver hit your vehicle from behind and cause you to suffer an injury? If so, you may be wondering about the value of your case and if you will be able to receive compensation. Here are some things to consider about your case to know the value of it.  Liability One of the reasons that injury lawyers like to take on auto accident cases where the victim is rear-ended is because it is typically very easy to prove liability.
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A Lawsuit Might Be Necessary After A Passenger Injury On A Motorcycle

Posted on: 12 May 2020

Both the driver and the passenger on a motorcycle are very likely to suffer severe injuries as a result of an accident. The motorcycle does not come with the same safety features as a car, and the smaller size of the motorcycle makes it less noticeable. If you are a passenger and the motorcycle operator was driving in a negligent manner, you may be able to recover damages from the driver.
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