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2022

Work Injury Lawsuits: How to Prove That You Are Unable to Work

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When you sue your employer after sustaining injuries at work, the judge will require you to convince them about your case. In addition, they can ask you to prove that you can’t do the job you used to before the accident. In such a case, providing compelling evidence will enable the jury to understand the impact your injuries have on your life. Besides, it will seal every loophole the insurance provider may plan to use to avoid paying your benefits.…

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Truck Accident Injury Claim: Factors To Consider When Choosing Witnesses For Your Case

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If you have been injured in a truck accident, you need to build a foolproof case against the trucking company. One way to do this is by gathering witness statements. Eyewitness reports can support your claim and prove the truck driver’s negligence. However, the trucking company’s insurance will attempt to discredit the witnesses and water down your case. The only way to counter this is to gather foolproof statements. Therefore, consider these factors when choosing credible witnesses for your truck accident injury case.…

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Guidelines on Filing a Premises Liability Suit When Injured on Another Person's Premises

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Personal injury cases happen when you least expect them. When they happen, you remain with massive medical bills to handle. The physical injuries and emotional distress that results from the accident can derail you from your work. It is advisable to hire a personal injury lawyer if you got injured on another person’s property. The lawyer can help you determine whether to file a lawsuit or not. Here are some guidelines to follow after the injury.…

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Things You Need To Do After A Hit-And-Run Accident

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Most states impose severe criminal penalties on individuals who cause an accident and flee the scene without waiting for the authorities to respond. Regardless, some drivers still opt to take off to avoid taking responsibility after causing a hit-and-run accident.  If you are involved in such an accident, and the at-fault party flees, your options for recovering compensation can be somewhat limited. Nonetheless, you shouldn’t fail to care for your injuries or the severe damages your vehicle may have sustained.…

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