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What Are Compensatory Damages?

July 13, 2022 | Workers' Compensation

If you are injured in a preventable accident, you have the right to seek damages from the party responsible. Damages is the legal term referring to the compensation that victims can recover in a settlement or be awarded for their losses.

Uber & Lyft Auto Accidents, Who Pays?

July 11, 2022 | Car Accidents

If you are injured in a rideshare accident, you may be wondering who will pay for your injuries and other losses. Unfortunately, it can be challenging to figure out who is liable and how to go about filing a claim.

Who Is Liable in an Uber or Lyft Accident

After a rideshare accident, Uber or Lyft is not automatically liable.

Heat Stroke at Work – Can I Seek Workers’ Compensation?

July 6, 2022 | Workers' Compensation

Working in the heat is often overlooked as a potential danger in the workplace. However, the heat can cause serious illnesses, injuries, or even death. If you suffered heat stroke on the job, you may qualify for workers’ compensation as long as you can prove the illness was a result of your work.

A Bruise or Thoracic Outlet Syndrome?

Thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS) can sometimes start out looking like a bruise but can be dangerous if left untreated. TOS describes a group of disorders that occur when nerves and/or blood vessels (arteries and veins) in the lower neck and upper chest area become compressed, injured, or irritated.

I Was Injured in a Car Accident by an Uninsured Driver. Now What?

May 25, 2022 | Car Accidents

An accident with an uninsured driver can be incredibly stressful. You may be left wondering how you are going to pay for your injuries and the damage to your car. If you are in this situation, it is important to know the steps to take next.

How Long Do You Have to See a Doctor After an Auto Accident?

May 23, 2022 | Car Accidents

After a car accident, it is critical to seek medical care as soon as possible. Whether that means after leaving the scene, later that day, or within a few days, the sooner the better. Most insurance companies consider 72 hours to be a reasonable amount of time to have seen a doctor.

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