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Personal Injury Lawyer: Parks And Public Areas

If you sustain a personal injury at a park or other public area, seeking damages for your injuries can be a legally laborious process. A personal injury lawyer can advocate for you, file litigation, and expedite the negotiation process with insurance adjusters. Here are just a few of the ways that a personal injury lawyer can help you when you're hurt at a park or pub

Is Something Wrong With Your Hip Implant?

The ability to replace crumbling joints has innovated medical science for thousands of people. Without the option of replacing deteriorating hip joints with artificial devices, many people would be immobile. When a hip joint is unable to bear weight, a total hip replacement (THR) usually does the trick. While the surgery itself has been around for many years and is la

Evidently Damaged: What To Know About Proving Car Accident Damages

After a car accident, your injuries may be considered a form of damage. That, however, is only the most obvious damage after an accident. When the accident was the fault of the other driver, you should be paid for all the ways the accident impacts you and your life. To find out more about damages and how they affect the amount of money you get paid after an accident,

Involved In A Car Accident? Know These 2 Things

Were you involved in an accident that resulted in being injured, such as a car crash? If so, you'll likely be recovering from injuries and need to figure out how to receive the compensation you deserve. Here are two things you need to know after being involved in an accident that left you injured. The Insurance Adjuster Isn't Your Friend When an insurance adjuster rea

What to Know About Workers' Compensation Coverage Gray Areas

When you are hurt on the job, your employer's workers' compensation insurance should cover you. If your claim is approved, you can expect to have all of your related medical expenses covered. Also, if your doctor tells you to stay home from work while you get better, you can be paid a weekly disability wage equal to about 66.6% of your salary (depending on your state