If you were involved in a vehicular accident with a commercial truck, and you suffered serious injuries from the accident, you can hold the trucker, trucking company, and various other parties responsible if you can prove that it was the trucker's fault for the accident and not your fault for the accident. Here are three contributing factors to most commercial trucking accidents that you need to have your attorney explore.
29 March 2017
Every state requires employees to report their injuries to employers within a certain period of time, usually 30 to 60 days from the date of the incident. Though the insurance company typically gives people a couple of years to actually file claims, those claims may be approved for less benefits or denied outright if the employees do not notify their employers by the initial deadline. However, there are some exceptions to this rule.
27 March 2017
Social security disability pays money out to people who have disabling conditions that will prevent them from working for long periods of time or indefinitely. Many of these conditions are something that people are born with or develop as the result of an accident. Sometimes they are not diagnosed until later in life too. Additionally, some new conditions are being recognized and diagnosed that were previously unrecognized and undiagnosed. As such, you should always recheck the list of accepted disabling conditions that the Social Security Administration keeps online.
16 March 2017
When it comes to cosmetic surgery, a botched procedure does not automatically mean you can file a medical malpractice claim. There are certain criteria that your claim has to meet to move forward with the insurance company or the court. If you had a botched procedure performed, here is what you need to know. Why Is It Challenging to Sue for Botched Cosmetic Surgery? If you file a claim for medical malpractice against your cosmetic surgeon, you could run into a number of challenges.
16 March 2017
A wrongful death case is one in which you would file a lawsuit against the party responsible for your loved one's death if their death could have been avoided had the party not made a mistake. This lawsuit, for example, can be filed against the company your loved one worked for, the property owner of the property where they had their accident that resulted in their death, or the driver of the car that caused the accident that caused your loved one's death.
14 March 2017