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2017

Common Workplace Injuries

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While the majority of employers try to keep their place of business as safe as possible, accidents may still happen. People suffer injuries from workplace accidents every day. These injuries may range from minor bruising to traumatic brain damage. Let’s take a look at some of the most common workplace injuries: Getting in Vehicle Accidents Employees who are required to drive a vehicle for their job have an increased risk of getting into accidents on the road.…

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Hit by an Uninsured Motorist? How to Make a Legal Claim That Will Hold Up in Court

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You probably know that every motorist on the road should have a valid insurance insurance policy, but unfortunately, not everyone is responsible. In many cases, false information is given at the time of the accident, including fake addresses, expired car insurance policy numbers and even fake names, leaving drivers with damaged vehicles and medical bills. Since it can be very difficult to get to the bottom of an uninsured motorist case, you need a car accident attorney that will help you to track down the offending party and receive compensation.…

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5 Tips for Properly Documenting Your Personal Injury Case

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If you were injured due to the fault of another, you will likely want to file a personal injury lawsuit. This will allow you to fight for compensation for your injuries, loss of income, and pain and suffering. In order to win your case and receive the amount of compensation that you deserve, you will want to know these five tips for properly documenting your case: Keep Track of Loss of Income: If you had to miss work because of your injury, you will want to gather paychecks from before the accident and compare it to the number of hours and pay you are getting now.…

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