Use Your Body To Earn A Living? What Happens If You're Injured Through Negligence?
10 November 2015
If you're a professional (or semi-professional) athlete, model, or entertainer, you may dread illnesses and minor injuries that can keep you sidelined until you're able to perform. Even worse can be a more serious accident that leaves you unable to work for weeks or even months -- particularly if this temporary absence from the spotlight casts a permanent shadow over the trajectory of your career. Do you have any recourse against a company or individual whose negligence led to an injury that can nag you even after recovery?
5 Questions to Ask to Avoid Pedestrian Vehicle Accidents
22 October 2015
While walking produces a wide array of health benefits, it can also put you at risk of injury. Pedestrian vehicle accidents and fatalities have been pretty steady for last few years, after a sharp decline for decades. There were more than 4,700 deaths, and approximately 76,000 injuries occurring in 2013. When it comes to pedestrian accidents everyone has to play a role in reducing these numbers, both the driver and the pedestrian, but if you are the pedestrian you are the one at risk of injury.
How To Determine Who Is At Fault For A Tractor Trailer Tire Accident
1 October 2015
Perhaps you were traveling down the interstate to your family vacation destination when a tractor trailer in front of you shredded a tire and sent chunks of metal and rubber flying through the air. If the tire caused an accident that left you injured, disabled, or left a family member in the hospital, you may decide to press charges against someone to get compensation for your pain and suffering. Work with your lawyer to determine which party is really at fault for the accident so your lawsuit succeeds on your first attempt.
What Every Employee Should Know About Workers Compensation & Arbitration
14 September 2015
Being injured at work typically means that you're eligible to file for workers compensation benefits. However, it's important to understand that filing a workers compensation claim doesn't automatically entitle you to benefits. If you're exploring your options to settle a workers compensation claim, you might want to think about pursuing arbitration. It's often provided as an alternative to court hearings and it may help you settle your case. Here's a look at some of the things you should know about workers compensation and arbitration.