When A Workplace Injury Receives Retaliation

If you get hurt at work and file a workers' compensation claim, you are within your rights. The employer provides this form of insurance for workers that get hurt and if you qualify, you should take advantage of this valuable benefit. Unfortunately, some workers find themselves not only dealing with the pain of a work-related injury, but other problems as well. Read on to learn more about workplace retaliation – why it happens and what to do about it. Read More 

Reasons That You Need A Real Estate Attorney When You’Re Going Through A Divorce

When you and your spouse are divorcing, each of you will commonly want to hire a divorce attorney. This isn't the only legal representation that you should have in your corner, however. If you currently own a home together and will be selling it, hiring a real estate attorney will be a smart decision. This is especially true if you've already learned that your spouse has hired his or her own real estate attorney. Read More 

Do You Know What To Do After You’re Injured In A Store? Here’s How To Best Protect Your Right To Compensation

Most people expect a shopping trip to damage their bank account, not their body. Pools of water on the floor, ripped carpet, and collapsing shelves are rare events in a well-kept store, but they can all lead to serious injury during your shopping trip. Stores have an obligation to create a safe environment for customers — they open themselves up to legal liability when you are injured as a result of negligence. Read More 

Do You Have A Medical Malpractice Claim?

When you enter a medical facility for treatment, the last thing on your mind is incompetence. Feeling anxious about any upcoming procedures and worried about the outcome is natural, and you might take it for granted that the doctors and staff in charge of your health will do everything possible for a positive outcome. When that fails to happen you might have a medical malpractice claim on your hands. Read on to learn more about this area of civil law and personal injuries. Read More 

Collecting Workers Compensation? 4 Things You Should Remember When Going Back To Work

If you've been injured in a work-related injury, and you've been collecting workers compensation, the time will come when the case is resolved. When that happens, you'll either be placed on permanent disability, or you'll be cleared to return to work once you've healed from your injuries. When that happens, you'll need to know how to avoid problems with your return. Here are three steps you should take when it's time to go back to work after a work-related injury. Read More