Questions You May Have For An Attorney After An Auto Accident

Posted on: 11 December 2020

Regardless of whether you have been in an auto accident before, you may not be truly familiar with what you need to do if you are in one again. You likely have several questions, including how you should deal with the car insurance company and what you should do if you believe you may have been partially at fault for the accident. Your questions can be answered by hiring a legal professional.
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Road Hazards Are Especially Dangerous For Motorcyclists

Posted on: 13 November 2020

Road hazards are dangerous for all motorists but can especially be dangerous for motorcyclists. Hitting a pothole can cause a driver to lose control and crash. You might think that a crash caused by a road hazard is an unfortunate accident, but you may actually be entitled to compensation for your injuries. The Risks of Riding a Motorcycle Motorcycles are lighter than cars and only have two wheels. As a result, you are much more likely to be injured or killed due to a road hazard such as a pothole, 
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Workers' Compensation Attorney: Expediting Your Claims

Posted on: 3 November 2020

Workers' compensation claims can take weeks to file and process. If you're depending on workers' compensation insurance to keep you afloat after you're hurt on the job, hiring a workers' compensation attorney can drastically expedite the process. Here are some tactics workers' compensation lawyers use to get your claim file and get a hearing quickly. Building Your Claim Workers' compensation arbitrators (judges for workers' comp claims) are busy people. Getting your claim filed correctly will prevent you from getting a rejection that can send you to the back of the line.
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What To Do When Physical Therapy Jeopardizes Your Workers' Compensation Case

Posted on: 27 October 2020

When you are injured at work, you will be expected to go to the doctor to receive an examination to determine if you are injured and whether the injury is work-related. You will also likely be prescribed treatment. For some injuries, the doctor might recommend physical therapy. However, after a few sessions, you might discover that it's making your injury worse. If so, you'll want to speak with a workers' compensation attorney right away so you don't jeopardize your case.
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