A Law Career

  • Injured In An Auto Accident? Make A Note Of Your Pain And Suffering

    20 November 2018

    For those hurt by a careless driver, dealing with the effects of the accident on your life can be challenging. There are several different categories of compensation owed to accident victims, and one of the most valuable might be pain and suffering. To be paid for pain and suffering, one has to ensure they can prove how the accident has negatively affected their life. Read on to learn more about keeping up with your pain and suffering.

  • 3 Tips For Your Workers' Comp Case

    10 October 2018

    To be certain that you're able to get back on your feet after getting hurt on the job, it's important that you learn all about workers' compensation law. There are several tips that you will need to keep in mind to maximize your payout and to ensure that you are going about things in the right manner. To learn everything you need to know to get started on your workers' compensation case and to make sure that you are protecting your rights, keep reading and get in touch with some workers' compensation lawyers that can look out for you.

  • Three Types Of Eye Injuries That You Could Suffer While Working For A Tree Service

    10 September 2018

    Working for a tree service is a rewarding career because you'll be helping people by performing work that they're reluctant or unable to perform themselves. This type of work can often be dangerous, though, and there are numerous ways that you could sustain an injury while on the job. A common type of injury for tree service employees is a fall — you could fall out of a tree and sustain broken bones or other injuries, resulting in a significant amount of time off work and the potential for a workers' compensation suit.

  • Scheduling Examples For Parents Aiming For Joint Custody

    6 August 2018

    If you are going through a divorce, keep it in mind that joint custody is more common than sole custody. This is because children are better off with both parents than one parent. Here are a few examples of joint custody schedules that may work. Alternating Week Schedule In this case, you get the kid for one week, and the other parent gets them for the other week, and so on and so forth.

  • Don't Let Workers' Comp Insurance Destroy Your Chances Of Getting A Fair IME

    30 June 2018

    It's not unusual for workers' comp insurance to request claimants undergo independent medical examinations (IME) by healthcare professionals of its choosing. What most people don't know is the insurance company will send the IME doctor information and a list of questions to answer about your condition. This can be problematic for a number of reasons, but mostly because it may introduce a measure of prejudice into the exam that can hurt your case.

  • Be Careful That You Don't Regret These Personal Injury Decisions

    31 May 2018

    Being involved in a car accident can be both traumatic and incredibly taxing on your physical and mental health, and this situation might be one that can lead to poor decisions. You could be harming yourself more than you might have imagined if you make any of the following regretful decisions when it comes time to have your case heard at trial. Read on and avoid having later regrets about these claim-related issues.

  • Handle An Unpleasant Situation That Involves Being Stuck On A Malfunctioning Ferris Wheel

    2 May 2018

    Riding a Ferris wheel at a country fair will allow you to see the entire layout of the fair from a unique vantage point. But, what happens if the ride malfunctions and you are stuck at the top of the wheel for countless hours, just to find out that you have to climb down the ride's frame with only the aid of a safety harness and rope? Prepare yourself for an unpleasant scenario by reading the strategies that follow.