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What Expert Witnesses Do in a Railroad Worker Injury Case

Working on the railroad is one of the most intense jobs that there is, and it’s very common for railroad workers to suffer serious injuries over the course of their career. If you’re a railway worker who has been the victim of an on the job injury, you may be considering filing a personal injury [...]

April 27th, 2017|Personal Injury|0 Comments

What You Should Know About Medical Liens

After you’ve won a personal injury settlement following a serious accident, it can feel like you’ve reached the end of a long journey. However, if you’ve never been involved in a personal injury lawsuit, then you might be caught by surprise when a lien is placed against your injury settlement. If you received any medical [...]

April 25th, 2017|Car Accident, Personal Injury|0 Comments

Learn Your Rights Under Debt Collection Law

Being in debt is an extremely stressful situation, especially when you’re being hounded by debt collectors. Many people assume that they are at the mercy of debt collectors and must endure constant calls as long as they are still in debt. However, although you may not realize, you actually have many rights under debt collection [...]

April 20th, 2017|Personal Injury|0 Comments

Why You Should Take Whiplash Seriously

There are a wide range of injuries that a person can suffer in a car accident, but one of the most serious is whiplash. While the majority of whiplash injuries will heal on their own with no advanced medical treatment, others can be much more damaging, leaving effects that last for months and may result [...]

April 18th, 2017|Personal Injury|0 Comments

Getting Medical Treatment After an Accident With No Insurance

If you don’t have health insurance coverage, then the possibility of being in a serious accident weighs heavily on your mind. When you’re in an accident and don’t have health insurance, you’ll likely struggle to gain access to the medical treatment that you need, which can lead to long-lasting injuries that affect your ability to [...]

April 13th, 2017|Personal Injury|0 Comments

How the “Serious Injury” Threshold Effects No Fault Car Accident

When you’ve been involved in a major car accident, it is, unfortunately, common to find yourself unable to work and pay your bills. In most states, you can either file a claim against the at-fault driver’s insurance or file a personal injury lawsuit to get the compensation you need to support yourself. However, if your [...]

April 11th, 2017|Personal Injury|0 Comments

What You Can Expect During a Car Accident Case

When you’re hurt in an auto accident, the person at fault for your injuries should pay for the damage you’ve suffered. In general, the funds to pay for this harm will come from the insurance company that covers the at-fault or negligent driver, but the process can be long and might require a bit of [...]

April 6th, 2017|Personal Injury|0 Comments

What to Do If You’re Denied Social Security Disability

Many people across the nation rely on Social Security payments to make ends meet and keep (or regain) control of their lives after a debilitating accident. When you’re hurt and you can’t work, while medical bills keep piling up, it’s beyond stressful. It’s terrifying. It gets even worse when you apply for Social Security benefits [...]

Do You Need to Report Minor Car Accidents to the Insurance Company?

Many people wonder if they’re in a minor fender bender where no claims are going to be made, or whether the claim against the other driver’s insurance will be minor if they need to tell their own insurance company about it. The fear many bears is that if you tell your insurer, they might raise your [...]

March 30th, 2017|Personal Injury|0 Comments

How to File a Work Accident Report

Worker’s compensation insurance, carried by every employer, is a vital protection for workers against getting seriously injured on the job. When you’re working if you get hurt, no matter what the injury is, worker’s compensation is supposed to kick in to cover your medical bills, recovery costs and sometimes a portion of your lost wages. [...]