The Unexpected Costs Of A Personal Injury

Posted on: 19 December 2018

Were you recently the victim of a personal injury at work? If so, you may think that all you need to be compensated for is the bill for the visit to the doctor right after it happened. Unfortunately, a personal injury can have expenses that extend far beyond your immediate medical care that you receive to treat the injury. Here are some unexpected costs of your work related personal injury. [Read More]

Get Serious When You Drive And Be Aware Of How To Handle A Fender Bender

Posted on: 18 December 2018

You have probably witnessed many fender benders since you have become a licensed driver. Some people are preoccupied while driving and others may experience road rage on occasion, prompting them to put the pedal to the metal in hopes of speeding up the people in front of them. If you have merely lucked out on occasion, avoiding accidents that seemed almost imminent, get more serious about your driving and know what to do if an accident occurs. [Read More]

3 Crucial Reasons Why You Need A Car Accident Attorney Now

Posted on: 17 December 2018

Were you recently involved in a car accident that wasn't your fault? Is your insurance company now trying to avoid compensating you for your injuries? In order to stay in business, an insurance company must not pay out on each and every claim that is made, lest they pay out on a fraudulent claim. Unfortunately, this sometimes means that legitimate claims such as yours also get the run-around. As frustrating as this can be, there is a solution. [Read More]

Accidents That Can Lead To Workers' Comp Cases For A Butchery Employee

Posted on: 13 December 2018

If you work at a butchery, you're fully aware of the risks of the job. But, as with any type of work, the right approach to safety can allow you to complete your shift without any injuries. Unfortunately, there are certain things that are beyond your control, and you could find yourself with an injury for which you blame your employer. In this scenario, you need to contact a workers' compensation attorney to determine if your claim has merit. [Read More]