Steps to Follow After You Have Suffered a Personal Injury

When you have been injured as a result of an accident, you may suffer catastrophic financial losses. While it is possible for you to pursue compensation for these losses by filing a lawsuit, it can be common for individuals to make some routine errors that can compromise their ability to pursue damages. To help you avoid these issues, you should use the following few tips when you have been injured in an accident. Read More 

Four Areas Of Personal Injury People May Overlook

People often associate personal injury law with car accidents, but there are many injuries that may entitle you to money, and with a personal injury attorney, you may be able to collect from those responsible for your injury. The following are a few overlooked areas of personal injuries. Assault and battery Obviously, when you are assaulted, you are a victim of a crime, but what many overlook is that there are monetary damages that can be collected from the person who attacked you. Read More 

Car Accident Leg Injuries: 3 Financial Impacts For Part-Time Lifeguards

Being trained as a lifeguard is a great way to make extra money, especially during the summer months when swimming expands to multiple pools and beaches. If you're a part-time lifeguard, your ability to perform on a job may be greatly hindered if you've injured your leg in a car accident. When someone else is at fault for your car accident, you can consult with a lawyer to help build a case and seek compensation for your damages. Read More 

Three Things To Know About Stress-Related Workers’ Compensation Claim

Emotional stress can trigger or worsen physical health conditions. For example, stress has been linked to respiratory, gastrointestinal, and cardiovascular issues. All these problems decrease productivity by making it difficult for workers to do their jobs. This is one of the reasons workers' compensation insurance may compensate you for work-related stress. However, you may still be able to file a claim for purely psychological injuries. However, before you submit your claim, here are three things you should know: Read More 

Avoid A Personal Injury Case With These Three Boating Safety Tips

Boating is a great pastime, especially in the summer when the weather is warm, but it can also be dangerous if you are not careful. With 87.3 million Americans participating in recreational boating activities, it is essential you remain safe and practice safe boating techniques. If you plan on having passengers in the boat, you want to be especially careful or you could find yourself dealing with a personal injury lawsuit. Read More