Involved In A Car Accident? 2 Mistakes That Can Damage Your Personal Injury Claim
19 August 2015
The instant you are involved in a car accident, there might only be one thing on your mind: making sure everyone is alright. If everyone seems fine, you might be tempted to skip the typical post-accident protocol and do your own thing. Unfortunately, this mistake could cost you thousands of dollars—especially if soft tissue injuries like whiplash show up later. Here are two mistakes that could damage your personal injury claim, and how you can prevent legal problems down the road:
4 Times You Should Talk To A Workers Compensation Attorney
24 June 2015
If you have been injured on the job, you may count yourself fortunate that your employer offers workers compensation to cover your medical treatment and rehabilitation -- but there are certain scenarios where you may need the services of an attorney to make sure your needs are being met. Here are four times you should give consider bringing legal representation on board.
1. You're Not Getting the Physical Therapy You Need
Understand Injury Claims For Industrial Deafness
30 April 2015
If you work with heavy machinery or in an environment polluted with loud noise, your ears may suffer as a result of continued exposure. If this is left to continue, you may suffer from what is known as industrial deafness. Depending on your circumstances, you may be entitled to make a claim against your employer for any injuries suffered.
What are the Symptoms of Industrial Deafness?
High levels of noise in the workplace can cause a number of symptoms if you are exposed to it for significant lengths of time.
Applying For Social Security Disability? Tips For Paying The Bills While You Wait
20 April 2015
The application process for Social Security Disability benefits can be overwhelming. You'll have to fill out a lot of paperwork, and the processing times can be difficult to predict. In addition, there's a five-month waiting period before you'll start to receive payments. You may be wondering about what you should do in the meantime. Along with working with a Social Security Disability attorney, there are a few other things that you can do to help manage your wait time and your budget along the way.