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Injury Ending Your Career? How to Get Help

November 23, 2013

(U.S. Law and Generally) Injuries that occur outside of the workplace can be very problematic for the injury victim. Employers are not responsible to maintain an employee injured outside the workplace and unemployment is contingent on the claimant’s ability to work. Even an employee who is medically cleared for light duty by a doctor may […]

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Does Your Job Owe You for an Injury?

November 12, 2013

A recent survey conducted by the insurance industry shows that 1 in 7 employees will be injured at work during any given year. This startling statistic is shadowed by the other data revealed in this study. Of the injured workers counted in the study, less than half actually report their injury. Most employees believe that […]

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5 Tips to Winning a Claim in a No-Fault State

November 9, 2013

Most people in America live with the understanding that if they’re involved in a car accident due to a negligent driver, the negligent driver’s insurance company will have to provide compensation. In a minority of states, however, this isn’t always the case. In “no-fault insurance” states, the insured person’s insurance company actually has to pay […]

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New York Drivers: Are You Safe?

November 8, 2013

Driving in New York can be considered an art form, especially in metropolitan regions such as New York City. Defensive driving practices can be difficult to maintain in aggressive and congested traffic. The result is a high accident rate, as the NY state experienced 250,000 automobile accidents in 2012. Of course, the aggregate statistics for […]

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What Does FDA Approval Mean For You?

November 7, 2013

(U. S. Personal Injury Claims law and generally) The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is a government agency that was designed to protect consumers from dangerous foods, medications and medical devices. The FDA has established many different testing and product standards that businesses must comply with to sell their products in the United States. The […]

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Golf Course Accidents: Who’s Liable For Injuries On The Link?

November 6, 2013

While some individuals may view golf as a boring game, these are usually the people who haven’t actually hit the links and given it a chance. The sport is a favorite of everyone from stay-at-home dads who enjoy weekly Putt-Putt sessions to corporate millionaires who like to get away from the office every so often. […]

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Winning Maximum Compensation in a Wrongful Death Suit

November 5, 2013

No one wakes up in the morning expecting to be involved in an accident before the day is out. Unfortunately, due to the negligence of others, many people are incorrect in this assumption. Around 40,000 people are killed every year in car accidents alone, and when combined with other unintentional accidental deaths, over 120,000 people […]

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Toxic Mold and Your Business Liability

October 27, 2013

(U.S. Personal Injury Law and generally) Owning a commercial business or managing a property can be hard work, but many individuals gladly accept this burden due to the benefits that come along with it. Unfortunately for these people, the benefits also come with great responsibilities. One issue that business owners, property managers and even landlords […]

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Why Settling Too Quickly on a Claim is such a Bad Idea

October 26, 2013

Whether you have been injured or simply incurred a lot of vehicle damage during a car accident, it is natural to want to settle your claim as quickly as possible. However, moving forward too fast can actually cause you to lose a lot of money. After all, it is difficult to know the extent of […]

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Dog Bite Injuries: What does the Law Say?

October 13, 2013

(U.S. Personal Injury Law and generally) It is easy to say that Americans love to own dogs. They spend billions of dollars each year on purchasing dogs, buying food and accessories, and paying veterinary bills. People love to make their dogs a “part of the family.” Sadly, many of these people do not take the […]

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