4 Essential Points About Workers Comp and Disability Claims

If you’ve been injured, whether on or off the job, and you’re no longer able to work enough to support yourself, don’t give up hope just yet! There are a couple different options available that will provide you with the financial support you need, for as long as you need it. Here’s what you need to know about Social Security disability claims and workers compensation: Many people get these two legal terms mixed up, because they both refer to providing financial support to someone who is unable to bring in enough income to support his- or herself. Workers compensation is what you turn to when you’ve been injured at work, while disability c

The Secrets Of Workers Compensation Your Employers Don’t Want You To Know

Getting hurt at work is the last thing anyone wants to deal with, especially when it comes with taking time off of work … sometimes unpaid … and paying hospital bills. In fact, getting hurt on the job can be as much of a financial hit as a physical one. But it doesn’t have to be, and in fact legally shouldn’t be, with 2011 seeing 125.8 million employees covered by state and federal workers’ compensation laws. AZ Workers Compensation Everyone knows that with the extreme weather of Arizona, it can be easier than some would think to get

The 3 Most Common Types of Personal Injury Cases

Personal injury cases are incredibly common in the U.S. today, and there are actually many reasons why you might be considering looking for personal injury protection from law firms that specialize in personal injury lawsuits. Here are just a few of the most common types of personal injury cases today: Medical malpractice: This typically refers to pediatric injuries that happen during birth, but it may also refer to doctors and other healthcare professionals who display gross negligence that causes an individual serious harm — and possibly even death. It’s estimated that around half of all injuries during birth are preventable with the proper care.

Who Let These People Sue?

No one wants to be caught in a lawsuit. But sometimes, life deals you a bum hand of cards, and you have to face the facts. Whether you’re looking for a drunk driving attorney or a personal injury lawyer, going through the lawsuit motions can be taxing on your body and mind. Take a load off with these super ridiculous lawsuits. It’s really hard to argue that these people had a case at all. Eek! Get them away! – An Ohio high school teacher attempted to sue the district after they moved her from a high school to a middle school. What’s all the fuss? She claims to suffer from pedophobia, an extreme fear of young children. She

Like Riding Your Bike? Three Ways to Avoid an Accident

In 2013, at least 13 million bicycles were sold across the U.S. That translates to a lot of people riding around on the streets alongside cars. Accidents are bound to happen. There are a few steps you can take to protect yourself. 1. Wear your helmet. It should not need to be said that proper protection can minimize your risk of injury. However, how often to you see a bicyclist on the road? Are they wearing a helmet? In fatal accidents, bicycling injuries can include severe brain damage.

You Are Not Sherlock Holmes! When to Hire a Private Investigator

Ever since 1841 when Poe created his Detective Dupin to solve The Murders in the Rue Morgue, it would seem each generation has its own favorite private investigator. The late 1800s had Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes, now also of the eponymous television show of this century. The cynical Sam Spade and his partner from the 1930s is another stylized version of a private instigator firm. Popular film and television tend to glamorize and at the same time criminalize private detectives, where the truth of the matter is their job deals more with routine cases on a day to day basis. 1. I need to hire a private investigator.The top three reasons a private investigator is hired, whether by an individual or a company, is to find a missing person, to do surveillance, or