Workers Comp & The Holidays: 4 Ways To Get By Before You Reach A Settlement

Posted on: 14 August 2015
One of the more frustrating parts of a workers comp case is the waiting. If you feel like you've been offered an unfair amount for your claim, then an attorney will fight for your rights and seek a better payment. In the meantime, you have to wait it out without any active income. Even if you have a savings account, this can be challenging, especially through the holidays. Through a lot of planning, there are four ways you can cope through the holiday season until the settlement is reached.
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Summer Vacation & Workers Comp: 5 Possible Factors In Your Case

Posted on: 29 July 2015
Being unable to work due to an injury does not just impact your weekly paycheck. There are many other factors that can impact your financial situation, especially during the summer. Summer plans are typically made well ahead of time and an injury that forces you out of work can dramatically change these plans. By working with workers compensation lawyers, you can explore the following five impacts and see if they can help you during the case.
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6 Facts You Need to Know About Your Personal Injury Settlement

Posted on: 9 July 2015
When you're injured in a car accident or on someone's property, you may be entitled to a settlement to help pay for your injuries and any property damage. If you've been injured, and feel someone else is to blame, check out these six must-know facts. They'll help you understand a bit about your personal injury settlement. You Need to Attend to Your Injury When you're injured, it's your responsibility to seek medical treatment and try to reduce the extent of the injury as much as possible.
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Trucking Accidents: Is Anyone Paying Attention? The Answer Is Yes--And No

Posted on: 19 June 2015
Motorists are increasingly under attack in this country from huge commercial trucks, often driven by truckers too weary to adequately gauge such important driving elements as braking distances and passing speeds. In fact, the number of trucking accidents is skyrocketing, even as the trucking industry seeks federal approval for increased weight and length specifications for their trucks. Safety advocates, on the other hand, are calling for restrictions on truckers' driving hours and safety technology on the trucks they drive.
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