Benefits Of Hiring Lawyers For Workers Compensation Cases

  • Truck Accident Attorneys On Contingency? Benefits To You

    8 August 2017

    Lawyers work on cases in one of three ways. They get paid, they work on contingency to get paid, or they work pro bono (and get paid nothing because they write off their time to charity). It is highly unlikely that you can get a truck accident attorney to work your case pro bono, but it is understandable when you cannot hire a lawyer and pay him/her. Thankfully, there are truck accident lawyers who work on contingency.

  • Tips For Dealing With The Insurance After Your Auto Accident

    31 July 2017

    When you experience a car accident, you will find that you have to deal with the insurance company in order to file for compensation. Unfortunately, auto accident claims can be something that you may not know how to manage. In order to help you avoid potentially costly mistakes as you are seeking compensation, you should be aware of several tips as you move through this process. Review Your Insurance Policy

  • Non-Owner Liability For Dog Bite Injury

    17 July 2017

    Many people assume dog owners are automatically responsible for injuries caused by their animals. This is generally true, but as usual, there are exceptions. Here are examples of people who may be solely responsible for a dog bite or share the responsibility with the dog owner: Landlord It's rare for a landlord to be held responsible for injuries caused by a tenant's dog, but it's possible. If you are injured by a renter's dog, you can only hold the landlord liable for your injuries under two conditions.

  • Two Reasons Why You Should Let A Lawyer Handle Your Car Accident Case

    11 July 2017

    If you've recently been involved in a car accident, you understand just how physically and emotionally devastating such an event can be.  You may have sustained the kind of injuries that have forever changed the way that you live your life.  If this is the case, you deserve to be duly compensated.  Although you might be close to signing on the bottom line because you've been offered a settlement, it may be better for you to take a step back.

  • 2 Reasons To File A Personal Injury Lawsuit That Doesn't Involve A Car Accident

    27 June 2017

    Personal injury lawsuits happen all the time. There are many people who find themselves dealing with a lawsuit even though they never saw themselves in this position. One reason for this is that too many people think that a personal injury lawsuit only relates to care accidents. And although there are many people who file lawsuits over car accidents, there are many more reasons to file a lawsuit. Here are some things you need to know:

  • Five Personal Injury Pitfalls To Avoid

    21 June 2017

    Experiencing a personal injury due to someone else's negligence can cause considerable pain, suffering and financial burden. In the days following an accident, clients unknowingly succumb to a number of pitfalls that put their personal injury claim at risk. If you've been in an accident, here are five pitfalls to steer clear of. Posting to Social Media Twenty years ago, before social media existed, you didn't have to worry about social media impacting your personal injury case.

  • Personal Injury Options For Injured Veterans

    15 June 2017

    Dealing with Veterans Affairs (VA) offices can be tough. Along with already strict guidelines for delivering disabling condition evidence, there's no shortage of suspected and proven scandals and system shortcomings when it comes to veteran care. You should never quit trying to get the benefits you deserve for serving your country, but you should probably work on some alternatives at the same time. Here are a few ways to boost your VA system success while working on other forms of compensation just in case.