No Income After Getting Injured In A Collision? How A Lawyer Can Assist

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Are you struggling to make money after getting injured in a collision that made it difficult for you to work? You can file a lawsuit against the other driver for your loss income if he or she was responsible for the accident. Find out below how a lawyer can help you get through your financial situation by proving that you deserve to get paid, along with what you will be charged for services.

18 May 2015

Boosting Your Chances At Winning A Slip And Fall Case

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If you have recently fallen down inside a store, sustaining intense injuries as a result, you will most likely want to file a personal injury claim to try to receive monetary compensation for damages. Filing a personal injury claim can help pay for your medical expenses and any lost wages due to you not being able to work. There are a few things you can do to boost your chances in convincing a judge that you deserve to be awarded compensation.

14 May 2015

What You Need To Know About Collecting Social Security Disability And Workers Compensation At The Same Time

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If you have been injured while at work, you may be wondering if you are able to collect money from both workers compensation and social security disability at the same time. The short answer is "yes", but make sure you understand the full answer. The Social Security Disability payment you receive as a result of being disabled is different from workers compensation, but each can be paid to you at the same time:

12 May 2015

Tips To Avoid Three Common Small Business Legal Mistakes

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Business law is a complex topic, and when you're starting your first small business, it can seem like a daunting one. Starting a new business of any kind comes with some inherent risks, and if you fail to account for those risks, you may find yourself in a bit of a legal bind. Making the right decisions in the early stages is key to protecting your company's future and your own legal security.

11 May 2015

Four Things You Should Never Keep From Your Lawyer Before A Criminal Case

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If you have been charged with a crime, there might be details that you are reluctant to discuss with your lawyer. If you can be honest and upfront with your criminal defense attorney, they will have all of the facts to build the best case possible. Here are four things you should never keep from your lawyer: 1. Your Payment Limitations Be honest and upfront about payment for your case. Your lawyer will have you review and sign off on that payment option that is agreed upon.

6 May 2015

Can Your Caffeine Consumption Lead To A DUI Charge? Absolutely.

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Can your coffee addiction lead to a DUI charge? What about those energy drinks that you relied on to get you through a rough day at work? The short answer is,"Yes." In fact, any over-the-counter drug can lead to a DUI charge, and that includes caffeine. Here's what you should know. Caffeine Really Is A Drug Most people aren't really conscious of the fact that caffeine is a drug. Any non-food that's designed to affect the function of the body is considered a drug and caffeine certainly fits that description.

5 May 2015

Injured in an Accident with a Semi? Defective Equipment and Human Error May Have Combined

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Semi-trucks are not just big trucks - they're incredibly complicated vehicles that require a tremendous amount of care in order to remain safely operable. If you've been injured in an accident involving a semi, defective equipment may be as much at fault as human error. Here's what you should know. Half of All Semi-Trucks Involved in Accidents Have Mechanical Issues Studies show that at least half of semi-trucks involved in accidents have mechanical issues and almost one-third should have been taken out of service because of the mechanical problems prior to the accident.

5 May 2015