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  • Do You Need An Attorney After A Motorcycle Accident

    If you have been involved in an accident while riding a motorcycle that was not your fault, hiring a motorcycle attorney to deal with damages and expenses may be necessary. While it is not always a fight to get medical bills and other damages paid, some insurance companies can be hard to work with so having someone in your corner that is familiar with the law, and the process can be beneficial. [Read More]

  • Worker's Comp During A Business Closure: What You Should Know

    An injury at work is common in many industries, unfortunately. Employees have the right to file for Worker's Compensation benefits to help cover their medical costs and living expenses until they can return to work. However, many wonder what could happen if the business shut its doors. The following is what you need to know should you file for benefits and your workplace closes: Can You Still Receive Your Benefits? [Read More]

  • Vehicular Accidents: Is A Demand Letter Really Something You Need To Write?

    The aftermath of a vehicular accident can be a very overwhelming and confusing time for you. Not only do you face the possibility of losing valuable time at work, you also need to worry about paying for the medical services you received during your recovery. If you can't pay for the services, you could face a lifetime of emotional and financial problems. One of the things you can do is write a demand letter to obtain the money you need. [Read More]

  • Can You Get Fired For Needing Workers' Comp Insurance?

    The need to file a workers' compensation claim for a workplace injury is not always without repercussions, but your job should not be one of those. No employer really likes to face the expense and upheaval that a hurt employee will bring but there are limits to what actions they can take. Read on to learn more about facing workplace repercussions for worker's comp claims. It costs your employer in more ways than one [Read More]

  • Ways That Your Attorney May Be Able To Prove That The Other Driver Tried To Get Hit

    It's stressful enough being in a car accident, and even more stressful when it appears to you that the other motorist stopped suddenly so that you'd hit him or her. Of course, you're supposed to follow at a safe distance that enables you to stop in a timely manner, but there are situations in which a motorist brakes aggressively with the hope of being hit from behind. That motorist can then feign a serious injury, hire a potentially unscrupulous attorney, and take legal action against the other driver. [Read More]

  • How To Avoid Getting In An Accident With Semi-Trucks

    Semi-trucks are important to the economy. They transport large loads of freight from coast to coast. Unfortunately, a semi-truck can pose a high risk of injury to any driver on the highway. A fatal truck accident happens about 11 times a day in the United States. This type of vehicle is dangerous because of its size. Tractor trailers are large and heavy. They cause extensive damage when making contact with other vehicles. [Read More]

  • Do You Have A Case?

    When the worst happens, and you get hit by a careless driver, you may wonder if you have a case worthy of a personal injury legal action. The way these cases are evaluated depends a lot on the level of harm caused and the related financial issues. To fully understand the answer to the question "do I have a case?", you must look at the situation from a personal injury attorney's point of view. [Read More]

  • Injured By A Medical Drug? Identity Of Liable Party Determines Case To File

    If you have been injured by a dangerous drug and you want to file an injury claim or lawsuit, it's important to identify the exact party liable for your injuries. This is necessary because the identity of the injured party will determine which type of legal claim you should make. Here are three examples of those who may be responsible for dangerous drug injuries, and which lawsuit you should file in each case. [Read More]

  • Three Kinds Of Negligence That Cause Semi Truck Accidents

    If you were recently injured in a semi truck accident, you should know that there is a possibility that your accident was caused by negligence. The difficult part of your case is the fact that there are three kinds of negligence where semi trucks are concerned. Trying to first determine if the case is a case of negligence, and then figure out what kind of negligence, is going to take some time for your semi truck accident lawyer to figure out. [Read More]

  • Agreements For Tech Businesses

    Many parts of the tech world are collaborative efforts that have to follow some sort of commercial law. Even if many parts of the software engineering and social sharing industries have seemingly open source ideologies, many ideas are protected either by the need to make income or to prevent third parties from selling concepts that should remain free. Here are a few things to consider as you make agreements with new business partners, vendors, and highly-skilled vendors alike. [Read More]