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Work-Related Injuries and Office Workers
It is a common misconception that work-related injuries only occur at high risk workplaces, such as in the construction and manufacturing sectors.
Should I Settle My Car Accident Claim or Go to Court?
A large percentage of car accident claims are resolved through a settlement and only a few go to a full-blown trial.
Car Accident Injuries Are Not Always Physical
In addition to physical injuries, a victim of a car accident can also be mentally and emotionally affected by the accident.
Who is Liable for Car Accidents Caused by Bad Roads?
Driver's often assume that a car accident caused by bad road conditions are simply an unfortunate event and no one's fault.
When Medical Negligence Results in Cerebral Palsy
Even though there are many factors that may contribute to the development of cerebral palsy, in some cases it is preventable.
Automobile Accidents Involving A Company Vehicle
In a car accident, if the at-fault driver is an employee and was performing his or her duties at the time of the accident, then the employer can generally be held liable for the accident.
The Dangers of Distracted Driving
The Dangers of Distracted Driving
Accident? Think Twice Before Talking to Insurance Adjusters
Advice regarding how to deal with insurance adjusters after an accident.
Underinsured Drivers: A Big, Big Problem
Having the right insurance is critical for your well-being. Check out this article to learn what you need to be properly covered.
Tyler Perry Suing Former Employee
Tyler Perry Suing Former Employee
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