5 Injury Law Concepts Every Client Should Learn

Posted on: 15 June 2020

Anyone seeking out personal injury attorney services is going to run into a good bit of terminology. Some of it will be entirely new, and a few things may mean something different in a legal context than in regular life. Read on to learn about five concepts every personal injury attorney will want their clients to know. 1. Liability There is a fine difference between liability and responsibility. Someone could, at least in theory, be responsible for something happening without being liable.
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Five Workplace Injury Myths Busted

Posted on: 3 June 2020

Unsurprisingly, some power tools can lead to serious injuries. According to LegalMatch.com, nailguns and chainsaws cause the largest number of injuries. Other dangerous power tools include saws, power drills, and air compression devices. If your employer requires that you use a power tool on-the-job, you have every right to seek compensation for your injuries. However, many employers fail to seek the compensation they deserve because they fall for one of several myths.
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Great Questions To Ask Car Injury Lawyers During The Hiring Process

Posted on: 27 May 2020

There may come a point in time when you need help from a car accident lawyer after a severe auto collision. The hiring process doesn't have to be that difficult if you ask attorneys these questions. What Law Specialty Do They Have?  The field of personal injury law is pretty vast and encompasses a lot of different subfields. These include worker's compensation, medical malpractice, and of course, auto collisions. You need to ask attorneys exactly what specialty they have.
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Birth Defects Are An Expense Many Families Struggle To Afford

Posted on: 18 May 2020

A child who is born with birth defects will be more expensive to raise and care for than a child who is not. The initial hospital costs are astronomical. A child with Down syndrome can cost significantly more to raise than a child without Down syndrome. The Cost of Birth Defects There are various services that children with birth defects need. They may require special braces, a wheelchair, physical therapy, speech therapy, hearing aids, diagnostic tests, extra medical care, and special education services.
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