You probably already know that your employer's workers' comp insurance provides you with a valuable benefit if you get hurt on the job, but you may not understand the full extent of that coverage. In general, you can look forward to having your medical bills paid while you stay at home and recuperate from your injuries, and at some point a return to work. An accident that happens while at work is not the only coverage you can expect, however, so read on to learn about coverage for some more uncommon work-related accident situations.
8 March 2017
When you're injured on the job, you're pitted with a host of difficult dilemmas: medical bills, lost wages, longer term recovery, and potential emotional distress. Even if your employer stands by your side to ensure that you are taken care of, you still may not receive what you're legally entitled to. Here's a quick guide to help you make workers comp work for you: Keep Records Regardless of how helpful your employer might be, it's imperative to build a dossier of documents related to your case.
8 March 2017
No matter the situation, if you've been injured due to the neglect of someone else, you may be entitled to receive compensation for your pain and suffering. Hiring a reliable personal injury attorney is the first thing you'll need to do before filing a personal injury case – here are a few things to consider when consulting with potential legal representatives: Area of Expertise One of the most important things to think about when consulting with prospective personal injury lawyers is their areas of expertise.
3 March 2017