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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!


What You Need to Know About School-Related Injuries and Liability Waivers

29 July 2020
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If you have a child in school, then there is a good chance that you have signed a liability waiver when your child was going to participate in a sport, go on a field trip, or something similar. Schools, as well as businesses, use these types of waivers in order to minimize their risk of liability in the event that something happens. When an injury happens during a school-related activity or event, does the waiver keep you from filing a lawsuit? Read More …

Getting the Facts about Double-Dipping Workers’ Comp and SSDI

20 July 2020
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When hurt workers can no longer work at their jobs, they may be able to take advantage of a number of benefit situations. The two most valuable are workers' compensation and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). Some workers, if they structure their payments right, may be able to get both benefits simultaneously. Read on to find out more. What Are the Differences? Both workers' compensation and SSDI pay money to workers who are unable to perform the tasks of their former job due to a specific medical or mental condition. Read More …

Must You Go to Trial to Get Compensation?

7 July 2020
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One of the worst misconceptions about injury cases is that going after compensation means you'll have to sue. To be clear, it is certainly possible you may have to file a lawsuit and go to court. However, very few injury cases actually go to trial. That doesn't mean it'll be a breeze or that you might not have to threaten or start a suit. Take a look at when and why a personal injury lawyer may encourage a client to sue. Read More …

A Nighttime Accident Can Impact Your Car Accident Claim

25 June 2020
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A motor vehicle accident can occur at any time of the day. However, what you may not know is that the time of day when an accident occurs can sometimes have an impact on the personal injury claim. Learn about some of the factors that affect nighttime accidents. Driver Responsibility Every driver that operates a vehicle is, in part, responsible for the safety of other drivers on the road. During the night hours, visibility is often low, so every driver must make sure their vehicle is visible to other drivers, such as by ensuring that the taillights work. Read More …

How Toxic Chemicals Can Lead To Birth Defects

16 June 2020
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About 3% of live births result in birth defects, according to the Health Resources and Services Administration. This is often because expectant mothers are exposed to toxic substances every day. While some toxic substances are unavoidable, other forms of exposure may leave you entitled to compensation for any birth defects. Harmful Produce Consuming organic produce reduces exposure to toxic substances found in pesticides. In fact, children who only consume organic foods have undetectable levels of pesticides. Read More …