Nasty Injuries That You May Experience At A Typical Construction Site

A typical construction site presents many injury risks that the average person may not know about. Here are some of the injuries people commonly sustain at construction sites: Getting Struck By an Object There is always something or another falling in a typical construction site. Falling objects include things like tools that may slip out of workers' hands, tools carelessly left behind by workers, and construction materials that aren't properly secured. Read More 

What Kind Of Evidence Is Needed In A Slip-And-Fall Case?

Slipping on a banana peel may be an old sight gag that's done for laughs, but real-life slips, trips, and falls are no laughing matter. They can leave people with shattered bones and fractured lives.  If you're ever the victim of a slip and fall that's been caused by someone's negligence, you'll probably eventually find yourself in an attorney's office. Before you do, it's helpful to know what kind of evidence a case needs to be successful. Read More 

Time To Get Paid: Understanding Your Personal Injury Settlement Or Judgment

At long last, the time has finally come for you to be compensated for your injury. Whether you are settling out of court or triumphed in court, you are about to get paid the monetary damages you deserve. The road toward this end, however, is far from short or easy. Read on to learn more about where the funds come from and who you will get paid for your injuries, pain and suffering, lost wages and more. Read More 

Three Important Facts About Wrongful Death Cases

Losing a loved one is never easy, but when you lose someone as a result of someone else's negligence, that can be even more difficult. The good news is that you may have grounds for a wrongful death lawsuit. With so much misinformation out there about wrongful death cases, it's in your best interest to understand some key facts before you reach out to an attorney. Here are a couple of things you should know about wrongful death and your rights. Read More 

Two Reasons You May Receive A Technical Denial

Social Security claims typically undergo a review at the local Social Security Administration offices before they're sent to actual disability claims examiners. This is to ensure applicants meet the minimum non-medical requirements for benefits before the Social Security Administration spends any more time handling their cases. If you don't meet the non-medical requirements, you'll receive a technical denial. Here are two reasons why this may occur and what you can do to overcome them. Read More