Boss Wants To Settle Your Injury Outside Of Worker’s Comp? Read This First

Injuries at the workplace can create a strain on both employees and employers. But the rules for worker's compensation are designed to protect both parties and help the recovery process go as smoothly as possible. That's why it's concerning when bosses want to settle their claims with employees outside of the worker's compensation arena. If you have a boss who is pressuring you to go around insurance, read this. What's Going On? Read More 

How To Prevent Injuries And Further Damages After A Tire Blowout

Driving with a blowout tire is dangerous, especially if you were going at a high speed and has never practiced for it. Still, you can get out of the sticky situation if you know what to do. Here are some of the things to do if you find yourself in such a situation: Force Yourself Not to Panic Panicking in an emergency, such as a tire blowout, is a recipe for disaster. Read More 

5 Ways To Lose Your Workers Compensation Case

Regular workman's compensation payments can keep you financially afloat in the aftermath of job-related injury or illness. However, workers comp payments aren't automatic, and you'll have to go through a legal process before you'll be approved. Following are five mistakes than many people make that cause them to lose their workers comp cases.  Tell Inconsistent Versions of the Situation Providing consistent versions of your accident to your employer, your doctor, and the court will increase your credibility in the eyes of the judge who hears your case. Read More 

How To Pursue Compensation When Your Child Is Injured On A Playground

If your child is injured on a playground and incurs medical bills, it is within your rights to try and recoup those costs. How you recoup these costs depends upon where the playground was located that your child was hurt on. #1 Business Location If your child was hurt at a business location, such as a play structure located at a children-focused restaurant or a child play center, you are going to want to talk to the manager of the location. Read More 

Defining Wrongful Death When All Death Is Wrong

All deaths seem wrong in one way or another. A mother dies in childbirth, leaving a child with no mother. A husband and wife are split by death, with one surviving without the other. Tragic and bizarre accidents kill dozens of people out of the blue, and kamikaze religious zealots bomb concerts killing children as well as adults. Could you honestly look at any of these deaths and say they are " Read More