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Three Types Of Injuries That You Could Suffer Working As A Counselor

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When you think about dangerous jobs, those that are physically demanding frequently come to mind. While there’s no discounting that working in construction or as a security guard can have their risks, it’s important to also note that jobs that are more sedentary can also lead to injuries. If you work as a counselor, you likely spend the bulk of each day in a calm, quiet environment — but that doesn’t mean that you’re without risks. Read More»

When An Accident Hits You In The Wallet

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Once you get treatment for your physical injuries from a car accident, you may notice pain in another area. Most people never consider how a car wreck can impact their financial situation until it happens to them. If you suffer a loss as a result of the accident, it is considered a money damage, and you are entitled to be paid for it. Read on for a list of common damage situations and find out what you might be owed from the other driver. Read More»

Winter Weather Crashed Your 18-Wheeler? You May be Liable

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Driving an 18-wheeler is a challenging experience, but one that can be rewarding financially. Unfortunately, it is particularly challenging during a snowstorm and may threaten the health and safety of everyone on the road if you aren’t careful. If you somehow caused an accident while driving your rig in the snow, you may be liable for damages. Poor Weather May Cause a Trucking Accident When snow falls while you are driving your big rig, you are likely to continue trucking through it. Read More»

New Driver? It's A Good Idea To Learn Something About The Laws Of The Road

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You may be studying to get your driver’s license for the first time, or perhaps you just passed your driving test. As a new driver, it’s a good idea to learn and understand what the laws of the road are that you must obey. There are differences in how they are classified, ranging from an infraction to a felony. Here are what those differences are and what could cause you to be charged with them. Read More»

3 Tips to Keep in Mind Following a Motorcycle Accident to Protect Your Rights

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If you are in an accident while riding a motorcycle, you may have need to have legal recourse to pursue if the accident was not your fault. That said, it’s important to do and say the proper things in the immediate aftermath of the accident to imporve your chances in court. Here are a few tips to keep in mind following a motorcycle accident. Don’t Fix Your Motorcycle Yes, it can be a major pain to be without your motorcycle for any amount of time. Read More»

3 Important Steps For Strengthening Your Motorcycle Accident Claim

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If you’re involved in a motorcycle accident and were not responsible for it occurring, you may have a personal injury claim on your hands. This gives you the opportunity to seek compensation for damages that resulted from the accident. To strengthen your motorcycle claim, though, you’ll want to take these steps.  Record Relevant Details  When you’re in court pleading your case against the defending party, you’ll need to provide as many details as you can about the accident. Read More»

Why Car Accident Cases Rarely Go To Court

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If you were injured in a car accident that you believe the other party caused, you might have a case on your hands that you could pursue for damages. To find out, you would need to discuss your case with a personal injury lawyer. If your lawyer believes you could win your case, he or she will accept the case and will determine how to handle it. In most cases, lawyers are able to settle cases without going to court, and here are several things you should know about that. Read More»

Accused Of Driving Under The Influence? Know The Potential Defenses

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If you have been arrested for a potential DUI, you may be wondering what your possible defenses are. After all, the evidence can seem quite hard to beat given your situation. Here are some potential defenses your lawyer can use to defend you against a DUI. The Equipment’s Error Rate Was Not Considered Chances are that you will be given a breathalyzer test at the time you are arrested, which will tell the police officer what your current blood alcohol content (BAC) levels are. Read More»

How Much Compensation Do You Need After Injury?

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After being injured by someone else, it can be hard to figure out how much money you should be getting in compensation. Immediate medical bills are only one part of the equation, as there may be complications, extended medical stays, experimental techniques, and other personal and professional costs, such as losing time at work or needing to replace damaged equipment. Here are a few areas to consider, as you look through your injury situation for problems that need compensation. Read More»

See A Lawyer To Help You With Your Worker's Comp Case

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If you have gotten injured at work, there’s a high likelihood that your employer will have to pay for at least some of your medical costs as well as lost wages. However, not all employers are going to want to pay for injuries and they are going to want to try to not pay for anything. If that happens, there are things that you can do.  Liability The first thing you need to do is going to establish liability. Read More»