Top Reasons To Hire A Workers' Compensation Attorney

Posted on: 30 May 2018

Getting injured at work can cause a person a lot of problems, especially if the injury is severe or leads to a chronic condition that has lasting implications. Employers are required to carry workers' compensation insurance to cover employees who are injured at work. Unfortunately, dealing with an insurance company when you're hurt on the job is not always easy, and workers' compensation claims are not always approved. If you have been injured on the job, one of the best things you can do is hire a workers' comp attorney.
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Questions About Appealing Your Speeding Ticket

Posted on: 19 April 2018

Do you feel like you received a speeding ticket that was not deserved, only to fight it in court and have a judge rule against you? Not only will it ruin your day, but it will cost you money. Thankfully, your options go beyond just paying your speeding ticket after receiving an initial judgment, since you can appeal the original decision. Here are some questions you may have about fighting the ticket.
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A Serious Kind Of Personal Injury: Wrongful Death

Posted on: 26 March 2018

Many people may not realize it right away, but the victim's loved ones are entitled to seek monetary damages when there is a death. The business or entity (or even a particular person) who's responsible for the death of your family member owes you compensation. While money is a poor replacement for what you've lost, the financial implications of losing someone can only make your grief worse. Read on to learn more about a particular category of personal injury, wrongful death.
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Hurt At Work? What To Know About Medical Care

Posted on: 26 February 2018

If you get hurt on the job, you are entitled to free medical care. The doctor that cares for you after an injury at work is more than just an important facet of your health, they also should be willing to advocate for you to get the medical care you need. In some cases you can choose your own doctor, and in some states you must use a designated doctor. Regardless of that, read on for a guide on working with your workers' comp doctor.
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