Hurt In A Car Crash? Back Up Your Injury Claims And Optimize Potential Compensation

Posted on: 27 July 2016
After being injured in a car crash that was the other party's fault, it is essential to hire an experienced personal injury attorney to represent you as you negotiate for fair compensation to cover your pain and suffering. Your lawyer will do most of the legwork, such as dealing with the stress of working with the other party's insurance adjuster and court officials, as well as handling all the paperwork that has to be managed throughout your case.
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What To Know About Permanent Disability And Workers' Comp

Posted on: 19 July 2016
What to Know About Permanent Disability and Workers' Comp While you certainly appreciate the workers' comp benefits you've been receiving, the partial wages may not be enough to pay your bills and you may be wondering what could happen if you don't soon return to your job. It stands to reason, the more severe your workplace injury the longer your recovery time. If you have not been able to return to work in a timely manner after your injury, you may facing a particular type of injury and your workers' comp benefits could be in for a change.
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You Did What At Work?! Three Of The Most Bizarre Worker's Compensation Cases That Actually Won

Posted on: 17 June 2016
A worker's compensation case can be difficult to win in some situations. After you prove your injury happened while on the clock and was a direct result of work, you have to spend the time going through a lengthy case in the courts. Some people strike it lucky, however. Below are some of the craziest cases of worker's compensation where the courts ruled in favor of the employee. Be Smarter Than The Machine
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Important Qualifications In A Disability Claim

Posted on: 2 June 2016
Getting approved for social security disability can be difficult, especially when you're not sure what it takes to get approved. Here are some of the critical requirements for a successful disability claim.  You Need to Have Earned Enough Income Since the disability program is a shared social security net, it requires you to have contributed to the funds at some point in your life. The SSA requires you to earn 40 credits in general, earning up to four per year.
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