An Overview Of The Workers’ Compensation Appeals Process

22 July 2019
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In most cases, hurt workers can use their employer's insurance for a short time and then return to work. Unfortunately, some workers end up having their legitimate claims for benefits denied. To get an idea of what can happen after a claim is denied, read below for a list of actions you will need to take in order to pursue your claim to the end of the line. Ask for a Reconsideration Read More 

4 Things To Do After Getting Bitten By A Dog

3 August 2016
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If you're out and about and get attacked by a dog, you may be a bit more than anxious. Some of the larger sized dogs may cause you serious injury, and you will want to do all you can to get to safety. Animals often act inappropriately, and if you've been attacked by a dog, you will want to want to know what to do moving forward. Be sure to act quickly if you've suffered a bite by a dog. Read More 

Addressing Some Frequently Asked Questions About Auto Accidents

20 July 2016
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An automobile accident can cause severe injuries and financial losses for those involved. If you have never been through an auto accident lawsuit, you may be unsure of your rights to recover compensation following one of these accidents. To help you with making decisions when it comes to your auto accident, you will likely find the following answers to commonly asked car accident questions useful. Does It Matter If The Accident Involved A Commercial Vehicle? Read More 

How To Handle A DUI

12 January 2016
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If you have been accused of driving under the influence, then you might be pretty worried about your future. However, there are a variety of measures that you can take to mitigate the damaging effects of a DUI or even exonerate yourself completely. To help you handle your current predicament, here are some steps that you should consider: Challenge Test Accuracy One of the first things that you might want to consider is whether you can effectively challenge the accuracy of the test that was used to measure your blood alcohol content. Read More 

Handling Divorce Court When Your Spouse Has A Personality Disorder

22 September 2015
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If you are divorcing from someone with a personality disorder, you have a double challenge in front of you. Not only do you need to negotiate the regular aspects of divorce, which can be difficult enough, but you have to deal with a soon-to-be ex who has a basic personality defect that can't be treated medically like mental illnesses. Read on to learn tips for making it through divorce court when your spouse has a personality disorder. Read More