Personal Injury Law: 3 Examples Of Slip And Fall Cases

Posted on: 23 November 2021

Usually, the law categorizes a slip and fall accident as a personal injury case, resulting from the negligent actions of another person. In other words, it occurs when someone exposes you to a dangerous situation. For instance, you can fall accidentally on a slippery surface that doesn't have a slippery surface sign. In this case, you may suffer from a broken bone, joint sprain, hip fracture, or head injury. The injuries of a slip and fall accident can negatively affect your life.
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How An Auto Accident Lawyer Can Streamline Your Claim

Posted on: 30 August 2021

When you are involved in a car accident, you will likely be very stressed out, and recovering from your injuries will be one of your main priorities. However, the process of filing an auto accident claim can be very complicated, and you will be fighting against a highly motivated adversary who will be doing everything they can to minimize your compensation. Therefore, you will likely need help from an auto accident lawyer.
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Why You Probably Shouldn't Accept The First Settlement Offer

Posted on: 25 June 2021

If you have been involved in a car accident but if you were not the driver who was considered to be at fault, there is a good chance that the other driver's insurance company has gotten in contact with you. They might have even offered you a settlement, and you could be thinking about accepting it. Even if they haven't offered you a settlement yet, there is a good chance that an offer will be coming soon.
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When Claim Problems Dog Your Workers' Compensation Case

Posted on: 6 December 2019

When workers' compensation insurance works properly, it provides hurt workers with a valuable asset. If hurt on the job, you can expect to have your medical needs totally covered. If you are ordered to stay home and recuperate, you are entitled to a partial disability wage while you doing so. Unfortunately, workers' compensation insurance companies can be difficult to work with and problems can occur. To find out about those problems and what to do when you encounter them, read on.
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