Contributing Factors To A Case Revolving A High School Football Player's Death

Posted on: 20 February 2019

As the parent of a high school football player, you might appreciate the exercise, camaraderie, and chance for a college scholarship that your son enjoys, but also be nervous about his or her safety. Injuries are a way of life in high school football, but deaths can also sometimes occur — including during practices. If your son has died during a high school football practice, your grief will be immeasurable. But, you'll still want to make time to speak to an attorney who specializes in wrongful death cases, as you may wish to bring a wrongful death case against the school district.
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3 Important Reasons Why You Need A Personal Injury Attorney

Posted on: 17 November 2018

Have you been injured in an accident that wasn't your fault? Are you sick and tired of dealing with all of the red tape and paperwork and do you wish that you had someone to do it all for you? Being injured is never fun and trying to deal with medical bills and your insurance company can be enough to make you feel like you're going crazy. Fortunately, this situation is the perfect time to hire an attorney to help you out.
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Direct Pay: Getting Paid Without Filing Suit

Posted on: 16 October 2018

Everyone knows that you can file suit against a person or business that has harmed you, but many don't know about the shortcuts. Taking a case to court takes not just months of waiting, but is more stressful and expensive to boot. Read on and learn more about two ways to get paid faster than filing suit and taking it to court. Injuries at a Business The owners or managers of retail shops and other businesses have a duty to ensure that customers have a safe experience.
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Working Together: Using Worker's Compensation Along With Other Benefits

Posted on: 1 August 2018

When a workplace injury sidelines you for an extended period of time, you may be the victim of what is ultimately a permanent injury. Most work-related incidents result in a short time of recuperation at home, followed by a return to the previously-held position at work, but unfortunately, that scenario is different for some. When the injury is more severe or just fails to heal, you may be in line for several different forms of compensation, and it's vital that you know what to expect so that you can get the most help available.
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