CALL FOR A FREE CASE REVIEW 1-855-847-8969 CALL FOR A FREE CASE REVIEW 1-855-847-8969
was successfully added to your cart.

$80K Nebraska Disability Discrimination Case

By | Workers Compensation

In September 2014, the Department of Correctional Services in Lincoln, Nebraska fired Lyle Hunter, a stationary engineer in the prison system’s Central Utility Plant, after he suffered two work-related injuries.  In the lawsuit that followed his termination, Mr. Hunter’s attorney argued that the Corrections Department violated the Nebraska Fair Employment…

Read More

Special Monthly Compensation

By | VA Disability

If you are a veteran with service-connected disabilities, you may be entitled to receive additional monthly payments above and beyond the basic compensation rates for some disabilities. The VA will pay additional compensation, called special monthly compensation (SMC) to veterans who, as a result of their service-related disabilities, have lost…

Read More

VA Waste Continues

By | VA Disability

Over the next five years, the Department of Veterans Affairs is on track to waste over $100 million on tens of thousands of unnecessary medical examinations for disabled veterans.  These figures have been released by the VA Inspector General in a report that came out earlier this summer. The IG’s…

Read More

Accident Preparedness

By | Personal Injury

No one anticipates getting into a car accident, but if you should be so unlikely as to find yourself involved in one, it is important to know how to respond to the situation to keep yourself as safe as possible. Immediately after the accident, you should stay at the scene,…

Read More

Harassment at Boeing

By | Employment Discrimination

Earlier this summer, a Boeing employee won a racial harassment and discrimination lawsuit against his employer.  One day last year, Roderick Marshall, who is black, was sitting at a workroom table in the Boeing facility where he worked.  Opposite him sat a white worker who was fiddling with rope. He…

Read More