Product Liability: Determining If You Have A Viable Case To File

When you have been injured because of a product, a number of factors are taken into consideration to determine if your case has merit. Laws vary state to state, but in general, you have to meet certain criteria to have a valid personal injury case because of an injury caused from a product. If you believe that you have been injured because of a defective product, it's time to sit down with a qualified personal injury attorney and talk about the facts in your case. Read More 

Cover These Three Topics When You’re Interviewing Potential Injury Attorneys

When you've been hurt and you believe that the negligence of another person or organization played a key role in your injury, you'll often be thinking about contacting an attorney and pursing legal action. It's ideal to specifically think of attorneys who specialize in personal injury cases; they have the training and experience to properly represent you. If your research of personal injury attorneys in your area turns up multiple viable candidates, it's beneficial to talk to each attorney to essentially " Read More 

Collecting Workers Compensation? 3 Things You Should Avoid

If you've been injured on the job, you can be injured both physically and financially. This is particularly true if your injuries have left you unable to work. Workers compensation benefits are designed to provide for your financial needs when you're injured at work. Unfortunately, insurance companies don't always like to pay out for losses, especially if it's going to cost them a substantial amount of money. That's why you'll need to avoid doing anything that may jeopardize your case. Read More 

Three Things You Should Know If You Think You Are The Victim Of Medical Malpractice

If you have been injured or made ill by a doctor's negligence or malpractice, you may be thinking about filing a claim against them. Here is some information you should know about medical malpractice suits. Know the Statute of Limitations As someone who has been hurt due to the actions of a doctor, your time might be consumed by seeing new doctors or recovering from your injuries. However, it is critical that you are aware of the statute of limitations regarding medical malpractice. Read More 

Can You Avoid The Offset From Disability Benefits If You Get Workers’ Comp?

If you are eligible to receive workers' compensation benefits, it might be possible to also receive Social Security disability benefits if your impairment is expected to last 12 months or longer. However, once you start to receive disability benefits, your workers' compensation benefits could be reduced. If you are filing for disability in addition to workers' comp, here is what you need to know.  Why Are Benefits Offset? Social Security disability benefits can be offset if the total amount you would receive would exceed 80 percent of what you would have earned if you were able to work. Read More