Obtaining Compensation For Personal Injuries

Pros And Cons Of Sharing A Restaurant Problem On Social Media

If you encounter a dangerous or off-putting problem with a meal that you're eating at a restaurant — perhaps animal droppings, fingernail clippings, or a shard of glass in your food — you might feel upset and share a photo of the incident on your social media account right away. There's value in making this decision, but there's also value in holding back and speaking to a personal injury attorney to discuss a potential lawsuit. Read More 

Argue For A Fix-It Ticket If You’Re Stopped For One Of These Reasons

While some traffic violations earn warnings, others earn tickets right away. There are other infractions that fall somewhere in the middle, with police officers handing out what are commonly known as fix-it tickets. This type of ticket relates to a problem with your vehicle, rather than an issue with your driving, and mandates that you fix the problem before a deadline. Fix-it tickets are ideal in some ways because if you fix the work within the requested amount of time, you don't have to pay the ticket. Read More 

Workers’ Comp And PTSD: 4 Tips For A Successful Claim

On-the-job injuries can come in a variety of different forms. Not only are there the physical injuries that result from workplace accidents, but there are also mental and emotional injuries that lead to post-traumatic stress syndrome. PTSD's impact can touch many aspects of your life, including your ability to work. You're entitled to receive workers' compensation benefits whenever you experience a serious on-the-job injury. Unfortunately, filing a claim for workplace-related PTSD can be a difficult process with many roadblocks. Read More 

How To Protect Your Best Interest As A Car Accident Victim

A lot of things can change for you when you become a car accident victim. However, this does not mean that things cannot turn around and get better. You will need to make sure that you are doing all that you can to make that happen though. To help you do just that, you will want to spend a little time reviewing the following tips. Get In Touch With A Lawyer Read More 

Can You Get Workers’ Comp If You Telecommute And Are Injured At Home?

Telecommuting is becoming more and more common in the United States as technology makes it easier for employees to work from wherever they are and as cultural attitudes about remote working have shifted. In 1995, only 9% of U.S. employees ever telecommuted. In 2015, that figure rose to 37%. But what happens when you're injured on the job but in your home? Are you still covered under workers' compensation rules? Read More