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Worker’s Compensation And Workplace Bullying: Careful Now

17 November 2016
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If you have been enduring workplace bullying and can't take it anymore, you have all sorts of options for ending the harassment and getting some relief. Some are very fast, such as quitting. Others, though, address longer-term issues, like getting compensation for medical bills relating to the bullying. Even if the bullying was only verbal and emotional, which can be notoriously hard to prove, it may be possible to get some costs reimbursed or to get damages. Read More …

Been Injured On The Job? 4 Steps You Should Take To Get The Care You Deserve

15 November 2016
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If you've been injured in a work-related accident, don't take chances with your worker's compensation benefits. Many people make mistakes early on in the process that end up costing them their benefits. Worker's compensation is designed to provide you with medical care and financial compensation while you're recovering from work-related injuries. If you've been injured at work, here are four steps you need to take to make sure you receive the compensation you're entitled to. Read More …

Where Distracted Driving And Worker’s Compensation Intersect: Legal Actions You Can Take

15 November 2016
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There is always going to be somebody who ignores driving rules and safety rules at work. If you have recently been injured at work because someone was not paying attention to where they were driving a forklift, construction truck, etc., then you need to take action. Here is everything you need to do immediately following your work accident. File a Worker's Compensation Claim File a worker's compensation claim (as long as you have worker's compensation benefits—not all workers do). Read More …

3 Signs You Should Remove Your Loved One From A Nursing Home

10 November 2016
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When your loved one needs short-term or long-term care beyond what can reasonably be expected from a part-time caregiver, nursing homes can be a good choice. Unfortunately, not all nursing facilities provide the top-notch care that they promise to deliver. If your loved one exhibits the following signs, it may be time to move them to another nursing home and contact a nursing home abuse attorney. Sign #1: Dehydration If you go to visit your loved one and find that they seem dehydrated, they may be suffering from neglect or even abuse at the nursing home. Read More …

The “Don’ts” Your Personal Injury Attorney Does Want You To Remember

3 November 2014
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Having an accident or injury due to another person's negligence is inconvenient to say the least. It can also be very time consuming and expensive. Many times the injured party is unable to work, which means bills continue to pile up. It's natural to want to move your case along quickly. But, slow down...your attorney wants you to know that your good intentions and mistakes can hurt your case. The " Read More …