When Workers' Comp Is Inadequate

Posted on: 12 December 2017

For work-related injuries, your employer's workers' comp insurance is usually the first thing you turn to when it comes to covering your medical bills and part of your salary when recuperating at home. In most cases, this form of coverage works fine. Sometimes, however, you may find yourself the victim of an injury that requires greater care when handling. Read on to learn more information about a specific injury where workers' comp may fall short.
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Why You Have To Sign A Waiver To Go Over Niagara Falls In A Barrel

Posted on: 19 November 2017

Going over Niagara Falls in a barrel used to be this big, cool thing thrill-seekers used to do. It does not happen so much anymore, mostly because of the injuries and the potential for a fatality. In some areas of the Falls, you can still do this, but only as a media stunt and only if you sign a legal waiver. Here are the reasons why a legal waiver is necessary.
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Semi Truck Accident Law Tips

Posted on: 28 October 2017

When you drive trucks for a living, you need to always be sure that you're prepared to take action. Doing this will allow you to get representation when you need it, which will help you get paid and also protect your rights. Whether you're dealing with personal injury litigation in civil court, or defense if you're accused of being at fault, you'll need to help of a credible truck accident lawyer.
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Understanding Your Workers Compensation Medical Benefit

Posted on: 26 September 2017

If you have been hurt at work, you are entitled to receive some valuable benefits from your employer's workers comp insurance coverage plan. Among other things, one of the most important of those benefits is medical coverage. You should not need to pay anything for any medical care you receive as a result of a workplace injury, but you must follow the guidelines if you are to be fully compensated. Read on to learn more about getting compensated for your medical treatment for on-the-job injuries.
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