Don’t Be A Car Wreck Myth Victim

8 April 2018
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It's bad enough to be injured by a careless driver, but you can actually make things worse if you fall prey to some common myths about personal injury claims. You can get compensated, but only if you follow the rules and know your rights. One of the biggest myths when it comes to accidents is that the other guy's insurance carrier will take good care of you and compensate you for your damages. Read More 

A Guide To Dealing With Your Construction Accident Case

6 March 2018
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When you are thinking about making the most out of your health and well-being after enduring an injury on a construction site, you will need to be sure you're able to handle it accordingly. You must make sure that you hire the help of construction accident attorneys that can assist you. There are a lot of different things you need to know about planning out a construction case, so give yourself the opportunity to move forward by considering the following viewpoints and putting these tips into action. Read More 

Heading Out On The Open Road This Winter? 3 Steps To Take If You’re Involved In A Car Versus Semi-Truck Accident

29 January 2018
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Winter has been particularly harsh this year. Unfortunately, bad weather always increases the risk of automobile accidents. If you're going to be traveling on the highways during a storm, it's important that you prepare yourself for the possibility of an accident. This is particularly important if you're going to be sharing the road with semi-trucks. Harsh winter weather can increase the risk of automobile versus semi-truck accidents, especially on icy roads. Read More 

The Difference Between A Wrongful Death Case And A Murder Case

22 December 2017
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If your loved one has been killed by the actions of another third party, then you may pursue wrongful death damages against the offending party. This is different from accusing the person of murder and prosecuting them so that they are punished for their actions. Here are the major differences between wrongful death and murder cases: Type of Legal Action A wrongful death action is a civil lawsuit that is handled in a civil court. Read More 

Frequently Asked Questions About Workers Comp Cases And Stipulations

6 December 2017
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If you have filed a workers compensation case for injuries you sustained on the job, your case may be nearing resolution when a doctor declares that you are permanent and stationary. Once you are declared permanent and stationary, your workers compensation doctor will determine how much permanent disability you have, if any, and what future medical needs you may have. Based on this information, the insurance company may offer you a settlement agreement or a stipulation agreement. Read More