Arguing For Personal Injury Compensation When You Have A Connective Tissue Disorder

Posted on: 21 July 2018

Personal injury cases are hard enough when your body operates within the confines of what is considered "typical" and/or "normal." These cases are even more complicated when you have a connective tissue disorder. The defense can argue that it is your disorder that causes you pain and suffering, and that it has nothing to do with the incident you claim left you injured. Here is how personal injury lawyers might argue your unique case for you.
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3 Tips To Protect Your Workers' Comp Claim

Posted on: 1 June 2018

When a person gets injured while on the job, their state's workers' compensation insurance should, in theory, cover them. Unfortunately, like many insurance policies, your initial claim may be denied, even if it is valid. Here are three helpful hints to ensure if you ever find yourself in this situation your claim won't be denied.  1. Hire An Attorney You aren't required to hire a workers' compensation lawyer, but it can certainly make life easier for you.
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Is The Insurance Company Lowballing You?

Posted on: 26 April 2018

Unfortunately, when you receive an initial offer from the insurance company, there is a very good chance that the offer is much less than what you're entitled to. When this offer is far much less than what you're supposed to get, this is what is referred to as lowballing. Lowballing is not an unusual occurrence in the insurance business. Insurance companies have been known to use this tactic to save as much money as possible on claims.
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Could Facebook Destroy Your Personal Injury Case?

Posted on: 4 April 2018

Facebook, or social media in general, is an undeniable part of the American existence these days. It's become common for people of all ages to keep in touch with far-flung family and friends (and people they've never even met in person) through Facebook via daily posts about everything from the mundane details of their lives to major events. Unfortunately, if you've been injured in an accident and find yourself having to sue, it's better if you close your account for a while and communicate in other ways.
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