Traumatized At Work? Getting Workers' Comp Benefits

It's just natural to think about physical injuries in relation to work, but mental and emotional harm can be just as debilitating. Just as you can qualify for workers' comp benefits if you are hurt physically, you can also be eligible for benefits when suffering from a mental or emotional problem caused by work. A common work-related condition is post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Read on for a better understanding of this disorder and how to get the workers' comp benefits you deserve. [Read More]

Your Steady Course To Personal Injury Success

If you've been in a wreck and have suffered an injury through no fault of your own, you should seek compensation from the at-fault driver. Insurance won't do the job; it leaves out things that you are entitled to be paid for, like lost wages and pain and suffering. Your course towards getting paid the monetary damages you deserve is made up of several key points, so read on to learn more. [Read More]

Defining Business Litigation Services For Those That Have Never Had Issues Before

Owning and operating a business is hard work. Just when you least expect it, though, something could hit you out of left field, and land you dead center in the courtroom. As a first-time plaintiff or defendant in these situations, what do you do? You hire a lawyer with expertise who offers business litigation services. The following shows what kinds of services to expect from your lawyer. You Are Suing [Read More]

Prime Evidence: Accessing Your Medical Information

When the worst happens and you get injured by a careless driver, you may well be contemplating a personal injury suit. Even relatively minor accidents can cause severe injuries, and the impact on your wallet should not be underestimated either. In some cases, you have no vehicle, you are suffering from painful and debilitating injuries, and you have missed so much work that you are falling behind on your bills. Proving your damages is key, and one of the most important pieces of evidence will probably turn out to be your medical records. [Read More]