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Accidents in No-Fault States

By | Personal Injury

If you are injured in a car accident in a no-fault state, there are special considerations to be made during the aftermath. Here are some of the dos and don’ts: DO get prompt medical attention. If you end up suing for damages because of your injuries, you will need to…

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Team-Building Fails

Team-Building Fails

By | Workers Compensation

Team-building exercises are a $46 billion per year industry in America, and nearly one-third of American employers utilize them. When done properly, individual contributors can find common ground and bond in ways that collectively improve workplace quality of life. When executed poorly, you could have a workers’ compensation claim on…

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Let’s Talk Pain

Let’s Talk Pain

By | Personal Injury

Visits to doctors or hospitals often involve questions about pain. You’re usually asked to rate your pain on a scale of 0-10, with 10 being the worst kind of pain imaginable. But many medical professionals have indicated such methods of pain evaluation are ineffective and would like to try something…

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ADA Shortcoming

ADA Shortcoming

By | Employment Discrimination

When Walmart decided to eliminate greeters from it stores, many despaired. Greeter jobs were coveted positions for many disabled workers because they were jobs that could be performed well and without regard to their limitations. The new “host” positions require the ability to lift 25 pounds and stand for extended…

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Broken VA Campaign Promises

Broken VA Campaign Promises

By | VA Disability

When Donald Trump ran for President, he provided his opinion on the state of the Department of Veterans Affairs: “The current state of the Department of Veterans Affairs is absolutely unacceptable. Over 300,000—and this is hard to believe, and it’s actually much more than that now—over 300,000 veterans died waiting…

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Delinquent Loan Enforcement

Delinquent Loan Enforcement

By | Bankruptcy & Debt Relief

Last year, the United States government stepped up its collections game in the realm of student loan debt. In 2018 alone, the government collected $2.9 billion, according to the Treasury Department. Thus far in fiscal year 2019, collections already total $3.3 billion. Graduates are typically given a six-month grace period…

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Teenage Driver Safety

Teenage Driver Safety

By | Personal Injury

Many road accidents are caused by young drivers, largely because they lack driving experience. And young drivers’ brains are not as mature as older drivers, so they lack some of the sound judgment needed to exercise caution when driving. Car crashes remain the leading cause of injury and death in…

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Personal Injury Attorneys

Personal Injury Attorneys

By | Personal Injury

If you or a loved one is injured in an accident, you may explore hiring an attorney to help you with a potential lawsuit. Many times, the accident is the fault of someone else’s negligence, and the injured party can sue for damages. It helps to have an experienced personal…

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Work Injuries

Work Injuries

By | Workers Compensation

If you get injured at work, you do not need to prove that your employer was negligent, and it does not matter if you were negligent either when the injury occurred. As long as you were injured at work while performing your regular job duties, you can file a workers’…

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