Your Workers' Compensation Claim Rests Heavily On Your Medical Documents

Posted on: 27 July 2021

In a workers' compensation case, your medical evidence is crucial. You will need to prove that you're injured and that your injuries are the result of an incident that occurred at work. Fortunately, workers' compensation lawyers are experienced with working directly with physicians when handling workers' compensation cases.  What to Say to Your Doctor During your first trip to the doctor, you will need to fully describe your injury and the circumstances that lead to your injury. [Read More]

Why Passing A Commercial Truck Is So Dangerous

Posted on: 6 January 2021

Commercial vehicles can seem like they take up a lot of space and you might want to pass a commercial vehicle as soon as you can. However, when a commercial truck doesn't see you because you're in a blind spot, this can lead to the truck making a sudden lane change and colliding with your vehicle.  Avoiding an Accident With a Commercial Truck When you are passing a commercial truck, you are always better off doing so on the left-hand side of the truck. [Read More]

Hiring a Lawyer after a Truck Accident

Posted on: 15 June 2020

Truck drivers that have been involved in an accident face different penalties and fines because they are driving commercial vehicles. After an accident that is deemed your fault, hiring a truck accident attorney can make a difference in the outcome of the cases for most accidents. 1. When You Need a Lawyer You may not need to hire a lawyer for every accident with a truck, but if the officer investigating the accident feels that you are at fault for the accident, hiring a truck accident attorney to defend you is a good idea. [Read More]

Afflicted with HIV/AIDS? How to Get SSDI Financial Help

Posted on: 12 November 2019

HIV/AIDS is a devastating diagnosis and this disability is likely to make it impossible to work at your job. When you have a serious illness like HIV/AIDS, the Social Security Administration (SSA) may provide a monthly sum of money for applicants. Getting approved for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) can be challenging, even for those with afflictions like HIV/AIDS that are recognized by the SSA. Read on to find out more. [Read More]