After a workplace injury, can you be sure about your financial security? Workers compensation is an option, but may not be available depending on the alleged circumstances surrounding the incident. Workers compensation may not pay enough, or may not be able to promise the kind of recovery and financial stability you need if your condition is more complicated than a few weeks of healing. You need to know who to hold responsible if state support programs aren't enough, and a few stakeholder and financial responsibility points can help you map out a few backup plans. [Read More]
What To Do When The Other Driver Lies About The Cause Of The Accident
When you are in a car accident that was not your fault -- but the other driver lies to the police and insurance company about what happened -- it is normal to be scared and frustrated. You may fear that your own insurance may have to cover the claim, resulting in an increase in rates, and the need to pay your deductible. It's sad that this can happen when someone else lies. [Read More]
Veterans, Keep Your Injury Compensation Options Open
If you're a veteran suffering from pain, mobility issues, or other problems that make it hard for you to make a living or enjoy your life, what are your options? Veterans Affairs (VA) disability compensation is a big opportunity, as the potential payments aren't impeded by the hours you work, unlike the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) system. Personal injury claims are another way to find assistance for your pain and disability, but for any major system, you'll need the right types of proof and a legal argument just in case. [Read More]
Is It True That You Can't Sue For A Dog Bite If You Work In A Vet's Office?
Going to the vet can be as anxiety inducing for dogs as going to the dentist often is for their human owners. The stress from the visit can cause even the gentlest dog to become agitated enough to bite its handlers. Unfortunately, working as a vet or an assistant can make it impossible for you to collect compensation for your injuries since the court will assume you knew the dangers associated with working around animals and willingly took the risk. [Read More]