Why Your Workers' Compensation Settlement Is Taking So Long

Posted on: 28 October 2020
If you are injured at work, you'll want to receive compensation for your injuries as soon as possible. However, you may find that you need to hire a workers' compensation attorney, you may wonder why it is taking so long to resolve your case. You don't necessarily have a bad lawyer, and there may be something that is causing unavoidable delays. Medical Records are Taking Too Long In some cases, your workers' compensation lawyer is simply waiting for your medical records to arrive.
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What To Do When Hurt In A Business

Posted on: 28 September 2020
When you are inside a place of business, you are assuming they have taken all the precautions necessary to keep their customers safe and to prevent injuries. So, if you do get hurt in a business, then you want to make sure you do the right things from the beginning. For one thing, you won't always know how badly you are hurt or even that you are hurt at all for a while.
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The Value Of A TBI Personal Injury Case

Posted on: 27 August 2020
Traumatic brain injuries can occur at any time. You could be driving to work when a car comes out of nowhere and hits you. You could slip and fall at the grocery store, prompting you to hit your head on the ground. These injuries can be devastating. If you suspect you have a strong lawsuit based on your traumatic brain injury, you may wonder what your lawsuit can cover. These are common components personal injury attorneys examine when they determine the value of your case.
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When Filing Bankruptcy Attorney Assistance Is Essential

Posted on: 28 July 2020
The number of American households filing bankruptcy had been experiencing a steady decline in the aftermath of the great recession. In fact, between 2015 and 2019 the number of household or individual (non-business bankruptcy filings) had shrunk from 884,956 in 2015 to 750,489 in 2019. With many people out of work thanks to COVID-19, the number of people needing a bankruptcy attorney is expected to rise once again. The longer the pandemic continues, the higher those numbers are likely to be.
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