Legal Articles, Accident & Injury

How to Prove That Someone Else Was Speeding

Witness accounts, police records, electronic data, and photographs are all common sorts of evidence used to prove that the other motorist was speeding in an automobile accident. We can assist you if you've been in an accident.

Are Settlements From a Workers’ Comp Taxable in Missouri?

Settlements from your workers’ compensation are exempt from taxation under the Workers’ Compensation Act.

Fall in Parking Lot Lawsuit - Who Is Responsible?

Parking lots can often be the scene of slip and fall accidents. Here's are some general things you should know about identifying and holding the responsible party accountable.

Workers’ Comp Works for You?

For those who are not aware, the workers’ compensation system in the State of Florida is largely unfair to injured workers……

How Does Social Security Determine You Are Disabled?

If you’re disabled and no longer capable of working you may be asking how the SSA decide if you’re disabled and no longer able to work.

Am I Entitled to Receive Lost Wages if I Get Injured on the Job in Florida?

You may qualify for permanent total disability benefits if your injuries are so severe that you are unable to ever work again.

Can Inaccuracies in a Car Accident Police Report Be Corrected?

Here are some general tips to help you correct inaccuracies in a police report after a car accident.

Missouri Workers’ Compensation Death Benefits

Most people know that workers' compensation is the settlement you get for work-related injuries or illnesses. However, did you know that Missouri workers' comp also awards death benefits for your dependents if you lose your life on the job? That's right; immediate family members and dependents can file a worker's comp claim if their breadwinner dies while on the line of duty.

Pedestrian-Negligence Accidents in New York: What You Should Know

While motorists are usually responsible for car accidents involving pedestrians, a pedestrian can share some responsibility for an accident.

3 Common Injuries in Car Accidents Involving Children

There are many different injuries that children can incur, but some are more common than others. Here are the common types of injuries sustained by children in a car accident.

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