3 Things To Know About Workers Compensation Lawyers

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Have you been injured while at work? Is your employer trying to place the blame on you in order to avoid compensating you for your injuries even though the injury wasn't your fault? When you've been injured and are unable to work, having your claims be denied and your injuries dismissed by your employer and your employer's insurance company can be extremely frustrating. This obviously adds to the stress of being unable to pay all of your bills in full due to being unable to work.

10 April 2018

Taking Action: Reporting Your Workers' Comp Accident

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For those injured at work, workers' comp can provide a solution for dealing with medical expenses. Your employer pays for this valuable coverage, but you must do your part to ensure that your claim is approved. While it can be difficult to do the right thing while injured, it's important that your actions be as timely and your responses are as accurate as possible. Read on to learn more about the reporting of your workers' comp injury.

13 March 2018

Why Mixing Certain Drugs With Alcohol Is More Dangerous And Incurs Greater Penalties

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People who drink and use various drugs for recreational purposes or to self-medicate often are unaware of the dangers involved. There are lots of drugs you definitely should not take when you drink alcohol. Worse still, if you are caught by the police, you may incur heavier penalties for taking these drugs and imbibing alcohol at the same time. Here are some of those drugs, the types of penalties you could expect, and how a DUI lawyer may be able to help.

10 February 2018

Is A Recreation Center Responsible For Your Child's Injuries Or Illness?

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When you send your child to a recreation center, you expect the center's staff to keep your loved one safe and sound until they come home. But if your child receives injuries from using faulty equipment or becomes ill due to unsanitary conditions, you may wonder if you can do anything about it. Here are some things a recreation center should do to keep your child safe and what you can do if the center doesn't.

12 January 2018

Negotiating Successful Contracts

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For many business entities, having the ability to rely on contracts is essential. Negotiating the terms of a contract so that both parties are happy and protected is an art. If you are looking to make your contract negotiation efforts more successful in the future, here are three tips that you can keep in mind to help streamline the negotiations process. 1. Agree to basic terms before drafting a written copy.

11 December 2017

Strange Loopholes In Social Security Laws And What They Mean For You

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Obtaining Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income is a veritable nightmare. Many people struggle with getting their claims accepted, often without the help of a lawyer. Once you accept the fact that your claims will need legal help, you have already gone six months to a year without the benefits you need. The really bizarre part is that, once you actually have benefits, there are some bizarre loopholes in the laws.

10 November 2017

Four Lesser-Known Personal Injury Lawsuits And What You May Find Surprising

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When people talk of personal injury lawsuits, most of the time it is either a slip-and-fall case or a car accident. The next most common case involves medical negligence and lawsuits against doctors. What you rarely hear about are some types of work-related cases that do not involve losing a finger or a limb. These lesser known cases can still be heard in court with a personal injury attorney's help. Here are four of those lesser-known cases and some things about them that may surprise you.

17 October 2017