Dealing With Your Personal Injury Lawyer: What To Know

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If a careless driver has ruined things for you, a personal injury attorney might be a good idea. It pays to have a lawyer take a look at the circumstances of your car accident and give you an idea of what could happen. Most people feel intimidated when they think about legal issues, and that is perfectly natural. Lawyers attend school for many years to learn the law so that they can untangle confusing accident-related problems for us.

16 January 2019

Things That Will Prevent You From Filing A Personal Injury Case After A Car Accident

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There are many times when people can file personal injury claims against other people after car accidents take place, but to do this, certain conditions must apply. If you are thinking of doing this, due to a recent car accident you were involved with, it is important to know that there are three main things that will prevent you from having the right to file a personal injury case after an accident.

16 January 2019

Take On Your Workers' Compensation Deposition With Confidence

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A workers' compensation deposition may be called for if you have a permanent workplace injury. This meeting is important and the outcome could affect your ability to get benefits. A permanent work-related injury can call for a lump sum settlement, rehabilitation, job training, and more. Read on to find out how to handle your workers' comp deposition. How to Respond to Deposition Questioning A deposition is actually just a question and answer session about your injury and your resulting medical treatment.

15 January 2019

Advice For Teen Drivers In An Auto Accident

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You finally got your driver's license, and you're excited to get out there on the open road. Congratulations, but hopefully you understand that being able to drive comes with a lot of responsibility. While your parents are likely to teach you things like how to perform maintenance on your car, one area they might not address until it's too late is how you are supposed to react if you are ever in an auto accident.

11 January 2019

Disability Determination Services And Social Security Benefits

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When a medical or mental condition prevents you from working at your job, the Social Security Administration (SSA) uses your previous earnings as a means to provide benefits. Each paycheck you earn has FICA deductions, and some of that money goes to the Social Security fund. When you either reach retirement age or you become disabled before you retire, the money is provided to you in monthly payments. Read on to learn about qualifying for these benefits and how your medical condition figures into the process.

9 January 2019

Maintain Safety When Using A Pressure Cooker And Seek Assistance If An Injury Is Incurred

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If you own a restaurant and are responsible for cooking vegetables, meats, and some specialty dishes that contain a combination of the two food types, imagine how horrifying it would be to stick items into a pressure cooker and then have the cooker's top blow off and hot water or grease burn your hands and arms. This could happen if you use a pressure cooker improperly or if you use a model that has been recalled.

8 January 2019

The 411 On Habitual DUI Charges

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Even though most people know it is illegal, driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol is a common charge. Not only are there legal ramifications that come along with drunk driving, but there are also other physical ramifications that can be dangerous and even life-threatening. As a matter of fact, an estimated 800 people are injured because of drunk-driving related accidents each day. You may understand how dangerous it can be, but you may not realize how multiple a drunk driving charge can affect your future.

8 January 2019