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What Are Your Workers’ Compensation Options When Your Employer Is Uncooperative?

When you are injured or otherwise harmed on the job, you probably expect your employer to take all of the necessary steps to protect and reimburse you for your pain, medical care, and time lost. Workers' compensation insurance exists specifically for this purpose, but, unfortunately, many employers try to get around claims in order to keep their rates low. If you have recently been injured as a result of your employer's negligence and feel that you are not being given the compensation you need, you may need to arm yourself with an experienced workers' compensation lawyer to see that your claim is filed and reimbursed properly. Read More 

Beware Of The Tempestuous Lair Of E-Cigarettes When You’re Trying To Quit The Real Cigs

Are you a smoker? If so, it is likely hard for you to conceive that stopping your use of tobacco products could result in you getting significantly injured. The decision to stop smoking is a wise one, but unfortunately, some people choose to smoke e-cigarettes in their quest to stop smoking tobacco. This modern approach to smoking has led some people to think that they are making a safer choice, but e-cigarettes have been a contributing source of horrific burn injuries and disease. Read More 

How To Know If You Need A Dog Bite Attorney

If you have been recently bit by a dog, you may start to find yourself wondering if you should retain a dog bite attorney. To help you understand if this is something that you need to do, you will want to check out the following points.  The Attack Was Unprovoked  It can be hard to blame an animal for biting someone if the animal was provoked. However, if you were not taunting the dog, were not trespassing on private property, or did not accidentally injure the dog first, then you might want to talk to a legal professional. Read More 

Three Factors That May Affect Whether You’re Required To Have Workers’ Comp Insurance

Workers' compensation insurance can be a hassle, but it's also an important part of the agreement between employers and their employees. And if you don't cover your employees with workers' comp when you're required to, you're leaving yourself wide open to be sued for personal injury if they suffer harm on the job. But it can be complicated when you're trying to figure out whether or not you are required to have workers' comp, because there's no one-size-fits-all rule. Read More 

3 Questions To Ask About Wrongful Death Car Accident Case

Losing a loved one due to the fault of another individual can be extremely hard to take. Death is final and being able to cope with such a loss is hard. One way to help you obtain the justice you feel you deserve and potentially compensation for this fatality could rest in filing a wrongful death claim against the driver at fault. However, this can be a complicated process, and you must be capable of proving your case. Read More