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Does Workers Compensation Cover Injuries Caused by Workplace Violence?

Workers’ compensation covers medical bills, pays lost wages, and provides other benefits for covered employees who are hurt on the job. Usually, injuries are caused by accidents or safety breaches, but what if you’ve been hurt due to workplace violence? Are you still eligible for benefits? The short answer is yes—if the violence is work-related Read More

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What to Expect When Hiring A Lawyer for A Catastrophic Injury Claim

A catastrophic injury is one that impedes a person’s ability to work or to complete everyday life tasks. A catastrophic injury can happen on the job, in a car accident, or can be caused by medical malpractice. In any case, they tend to result in incapacity in some form. Catastrophic injuries are more common than Read More

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6 Ways Doctors and Nurses Can Prevent Traumatic Births

Giving birth is a miraculous process, but it’s fraught with risk. When things don’t go as planned, the mother and her baby may suffer lifelong injuries or death. Consider that 3% of babies born in the US have birth defects, many of which result from traumatic injury in the delivery room. Some birth injuries are Read More

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How to Win a Slip and Fall Lawsuit

Just because you slip, fall, and injure yourself on someone’s property doesn’t automatically mean you receive compensation. To be awarded damages, you must prove the defendant’s negligence. Consider what this entails and how a slip and fall attorney can help you gather the necessary evidence. Elements of a Slip and Fall Lawsuit In civil cases, Read More

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What is the Burden of Proof in a Personal Injury or Medical Malpractice Case?

As the victim of a negligent third party, you have the right to file a lawsuit seeking compensation from those whose actions caused your injury. However, it is not enough to simply allege negligence—you must prove that every element of your claim is true for the court to award damages. This requirement is called the Read More

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What Happens After Winning a Personal Injury Trial?

Courtroom drama is a popular film and television genre that tells stories related to the justice system. In virtually every movie and TV show on this topic, the story wraps up immediately after the jury returns a verdict. This inaccurate depiction of legal trials suggests that the case ends the moment the jury finds the Read More

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How to Prove Fault in a Medical Wrongful Death Case

When someone’s death results from another person’s negligence or intentional action, it is considered wrongful death. Losing a loved one after a misdiagnosis, surgery-gone-wrong, or another instance of medical malpractice may leave you feeling unsure about how to seek justice. The first step is to contact a wrongful death lawyer and begin building your case. Read More

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4 Steps to Take After Being Injured at Work

No matter how careful you may be, you can’t control external forces. Maybe a coworker came in with his or her mind on other things. Maybe your company is using faulty equipment. There are simply things that are out of your control as a worker. And while no one wants to think about getting hurt Read More

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5 Frequently Asked Questions About Dog Bite Cases

If you or your child has been attacked and injured by a dog, you may wonder if you are entitled to compensation from the animal’s owner. In most cases, the answer is yes. Here are some frequently asked questions victims have about navigating a dog bite case and recovering the most money possible. Who should Read More

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Hit by an Uninsured Driver? Here’s What to Do

Over 2 million people are injured in car accidents in the United States every year. With the average person involved in a collision every 16 years, it’s a question of when, not if. Normally when there’s an accident, both drivers swap information and contact their insurance companies to begin sorting things out. But although car Read More

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