Some Facts You Need To Know About Filing A Workers Comp Claim

There are people who are injured at work every day. Many people who have been injured wonder if they can get workers comp. In some cases you might see someone get a great payout for workers compensation and in other cases the individual gets nothing. This is because there are some misconceptions about workers comp. Here are some facts you should know. MYTH: So long as the accident happened at work you can get workers comp. [Read More]

Charged With A Crime? 4 Things You Need To Do Before You Sit Down With Your Attorney

If you've been arrested, and charged with a crime, your most important meeting will be the one with your criminal defense attorney. Your attorney will be responsible for representing you in court. In order to do that properly, your attorney is going to need your help. Without your input, your attorney will not be able to defend you against the case that the prosecution will present. Before you sit down with your attorney, you'll need to prepare yourself for the meeting. [Read More]

Birth Injury Cases: 4 Elements That Must Be Proven

It is an absolute miracle to be blessed with a newborn baby, and it is a beautiful experience to bring an infant into this world. Unfortunately, there are some cases when this special day can be ruined, such as when a health care professional acts negligently. When a mistake is made during the delivery process, the mother and/or baby can endure pain and possibly suffer a terrible injury. Sadly, this is very common, but you do have recourse if this happens to you. [Read More]

Five Things You Must Do After A Minor Motorcycle Accident

The sad truth about motorcycle accidents is that immediately after the crash, you're not usually in a state to do much of anything -- from calling the police to taking photos. However, there are motorcycle accidents in which the rider only suffers minor injuries. If you have to be in an accident, this is certainly the type you hope for. As a rider, it's important that you know what to do after you are involved in a minor collision. [Read More]