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You're injured, you can't work, and someone else is to blame. Now what? If you are faced with a personal injury case, the right knowledge can make the experience much less stressful. We're here to help you with as many of your questions about personal injury law as we can. Whether you are concerned about finding the right attorney, proving your case, or any of the other frequent questions about personal injury cases, we have answers. We hope our blog will provide a valuable resource for anyone who is filing a personal injury claim for the first time. Check out our posts and get your claim started on the right foot!

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Proving Fault In A Logging Truck Accident

26 May 2020
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The average piece of timber transported on a large logging truck can span tens of feet and weigh hundreds, or thousands, of pounds. A collision with one of these trucks will, undoubtedly, produce serious injuries. To maintain safety, logging truck operators and owners must take essential steps. When these measures are not followed and an innocent motorist is injured, justice must be served. If you or a loved one were involved in a collision with a logging truck, learn how you can prove fault. Read More …

Your Dependents May Also Receive Benefits Through SSDI

15 May 2020
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If you are disabled, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). However, you might be surprised to find out that your family members may also be eligible for some SSI benefits. When you are no longer able to work due to an injury, your family members will also be adversely affected. Dependents Who May Claim SSDI SSDI insurance benefits are limited to yourself and your dependents. A dependent could be a spouse, whether current or divorced and your children. Read More …

Should I Apply For Worker’s Compensation After Falling On A Construction Site?

7 May 2020
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Accidents that involve falls are very common in the construction industry. Employers are expected to create a safe work environment so that employees do not fall and suffer serious injuries, even if they are also required by law to offer worker's compensation.  Worker's Compensation Coverage Falls are one of the most common causes of an injury on a construction site. If you are more than six feet above the ground, you are at risk of a fall. Read More …

How Long Do You Have To File A Personal Injury Claim?

30 April 2020
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If you've been injured in an accident, it's important to act quickly. Here are some of the deadlines you should be aware of. Your Insurance Claim Deadline Always report any injuries to your insurance company by the deadline in your policy. This is usually a few weeks or a few months. If you don't meet the deadline, your insurance company won't pay you anything or assist with your claim. The reason you need to keep the option of your insurance company paying open is that there's never any guarantee that you'll win your personal injury lawsuit against the other party. Read More …

3 Lesser Known Condition Covered Under Workers’ Compensation

7 April 2020
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Workers' compensation insurance is designed to help cover the costs associated with suffering from a workplace injury. However, it can be difficult to understand what type of injury is and is not covered. Here are some lesser-known conditions that are important to know about when it comes to being covered for a workplace-related injury. Repetitive Motion Injuries All injuries do not have to be directly related to a sudden accident that can cause an injury. Read More …