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How To Determine The Long-Term Damages Of A Car Accident

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Calculating the current damages you have suffered as a result of an accident is hard enough. However, you will also need to predict the future damages you might experience as a result of the accident. Long-Term Medical Expenses Medical care following a car accident can be very expensive. You will also need to continue to pay for medical damages for years to come. These can include additional surgeries, rehabilitation, and assistive devices. Read More»

Commercial Truck Accidents Involving Chemical Spills Can Be Very Complicated

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For all commercial trucks, a collision with the truck is one of the primary dangers you might face, but you will also need to worry about large amounts of fluids being sprayed out of the truck and onto the road. For example, a truck might run a red light and you may then collide with the vehicle. Dangers Associated with a Commercial Truck Spill With a commercial truck spill, you might not even collide with the truck. Read More»

How to Win a Personal Injury Case After You Fall Down the Stairs

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Falling down the stairs is a terrifying moment. It may happen so fast that you don’t have time to think or you might be worried about the type of injury you suffer. While anyone can fall down a flight of stairs, your fall might have been the result of the stairs not being properly maintained. If this is the case, you’ll want to speak with a personal injury attorney if you find yourself seriously injured. Read More»

Tips for Hiring a Wrongful Death Attorney

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Knowing who to turn to for solutions after an unexpected death is challenging. The responsible party often reaches out to get information from the family. They may have a sinister reason for asking questions and to see if the family holds them responsible for their negligence. Seeking a financial remedy for the loss of a loved one is possible with help of an attorney. Here are few tips for hiring a wrongful death attorney. Read More»

How To Know If Your Arthritis Will Qualify You For SSDI

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Millions of Americans suffer from arthritis and some find their arthritis to be so severe that they can no longer work. However, they may be intimidated by the process of filing for Social Security Disability and might be afraid that they will be denied. With the help of a Social Security Disability lawyer, you can find out what to expect. Where Does Arthritis Come From? There are two types of arthritis. Read More»

Is Your Employer Refusing To Pay You While You're Off For A Work Injury? What To Know

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If you were injured at work so badly that you are out of sick time and vacation time, and you are unable to return to your job but your employer is trying to force you, you need to get legal representation. If they are trying to deny you worker’s compensation as well, a lawyer should quickly look at your case. These cases can be detailed and controversial, so you want them to start working on the case immediately. Read More»

What It Means To File A Lawsuit

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When you take legal action against a driver that harmed you through their carelessness, you may need to go so far as to file a lawsuit. There are certainly less stringent solutions, such as a settlement offer, available in some cases. Unfortunately, not all accident victims can get the insurance company to cooperate and pay them the compensation they deserve for their injuries. Filing a lawsuit, like all legal matters, is a process and not a very mysterious one at all. Read More»

Motorcycle Accidents And Facial Disfigurement: There Are Unique Circumstances

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A motorcycle accident can lead to a number of disfiguring facial injuries. Not only are these injuries painful, but they often leave behind permanent reminders of the incident and may include long-term recovery plans. For these reasons, accident cases involving these injuries often have special circumstances.  Disfiguring Injuries In terms of the law, facial disfigurement is a limited category. Every injury to the face does not necessarily qualify for this classification. Read More»

Involved In An Auto Accident? 3 Situations To Discuss With An Attorney

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Being involved in an automobile accident does not always require the assistance of outside parties. When the accident is minor, fault is properly addressed, and all parties are in full agreement with the way the process is handled by both the insurance providers and the vehicle owners, it can be possible to reach an amicable solution. Unfortunately, not all vehicle accidents are able to be resolved in this manner. This means that consulting an attorney becomes the most logical way to address the situation and work toward a positive outcome. Read More»

Everything You Need To Know About Multiple Vehicle Auto Accidents In New York

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In 2014, according to the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles, there was a total of 299,452 motor vehicle accidents, with 20,548 of those accidents involving 3 or more vehicles. As a result of the 20,548 accidents, 94 were fatal, 12,544 resulted in personal injury and 7,910 resulted in property damage. While these numbers are staggering, there are some things you need to know if you are involved in a multiple vehicle auto accident. Read More»