What happens when something you buy off of an individual causes someone that you love to suffer from serious injuries? Learn what to do.

Medical Expenses In A Wrongful Death Case May Or May Not Have To Be Paid Back

17 November 2015
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If the person who died accrued medical expenses prior to their death, the wrongful death case may ask for reimbursement for these expenses. Unfortunately, this may not be money that you can put in your pocket, especially if these expenses have already been paid by a health insurance company, Medicare, Medicaid or written off by the hospital. This usually boils down to who files the wrongful death case and in what capacity. Read More …

FAQs Of Permanent Disability Benefits

9 November 2015
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Following a workplace injury, you can file for workers' compensation benefits and receive the treatment needed to get better. However, if it is expected that you will not make a full recovery, you can apply for permanent benefits. Here are some things that you need to know about permanent workers' compensation disability benefits. Who Is Eligible For Permanent Disability Benefits? In order to be approved for permanent disability benefits you must meet certain criteria. Read More …

How A Demand Letter Affects Your Personal Injury Case

24 October 2015
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If you are seeking to be compensated for an accident that was not your fault, you should be aware of a key step in the personal injury process that could, if successful, greatly impact your chances of success. The letter of demand, or demand letter, is an important piece of correspondence; it sums up all the crucial facts of your case and makes clear what you are seeking in compensation, and why. Read More …

Why You Don’t Want To Skip Hiring A Personal Injury Attorney

16 October 2015
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If you have been recently injured in an accident and it was not your fault, you might want to consider holding the responsible party responsible for the cost of everything that came with such injuries. Sure, you could try to do this on your own, but you might not have as much success as you would if you had a personal injury attorney by your side. To help you understand just why that is, you will want to review the following points. Read More …

Avoiding a Criminal Conviction: Diversion Programs and Who Is Eligible

2 October 2015
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A criminal conviction can haunt an offender for the rest of his or her life. Having a criminal record makes it difficult to find employment and can have a negative impact on an individual's social interactions and personal relationships.  For this reason, a criminal defense attorney will generally do everything within his or her power to see to it that a client avoids conviction. Fortunately for first offenders, it is often possible to avoid a conviction through what is known as a diversion program. Read More …