How To Know If You Might Have A Medical Malpractice Case

Posted on: 12 July 2017
It is important to know whether or not the problems you are dealing with are due to true medical malpractice, and if they are, you will want to quickly get in contact with an attorney who specializes in such cases. To help you determine whether you might have a legit medical malpractice case, you will want to read through the following signs. You Received Complications From A Surgery There are always some risks associated with having surgery, and a reputable surgeon will explain those risks to you.
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Proving Your Slip-And-Fall Injury Was Caused By Your Landlord's Negligence

Posted on: 13 April 2017
If you live in an apartment complex and you have a landlord who handles the maintenance of the grounds, you will most likely want to look into receiving compensation for a slip-and-fall injury you sustained due to their lack of care for an icy walkway or parking area. There are several steps to take after you become injured due to your landlord's neglect of maintenance. Here are some of the important things you should do to help boost your chances of having your landlord pay for any medical troubles you have sustained from the incident.
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Three Capacities In Which Court Reporting Services Work

Posted on: 10 April 2017
Court reporting services are provided by stenographers. These folks use special machines to type shorthand, and convert everything said in court, word for word, to paper document and/or computer document. Usually, a stenographer only works on cases where there is criminal activity and the courts want particularly accurate documentation of what was said and what transpired in court. However, there are special circumstances where a stenographer may provide court reporting services in another capacity.
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FAQs About Permanent Partial Disability And The Disability Rating System

Posted on: 4 April 2017
Permanent partial disability is part of the workers' compensation system. The compensation is awarded if you do not completely recover from your work injury and you are left with an impairment. There are guidelines that dictate whether or not you are eligible for the benefits and how much you can receive in compensation. If you are planning to apply for partial disability, here is what you need to know.   Do You Have to Be Disabled to Receive Compensation?
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