Do You Have A Viable Wrongful Death Lawsuit?
31 July 2020
Did a family member recently pass away due to the fault of another person? If so, you could have a viable wrongful death lawsuit. Here are some questions to ask to determine if your case is worth pursuing.
Was Negligence Involved?
The first thing to ask yourself about the situation was if there was any type of negligence involved that directly led to the person's death. For example, if someone was in an auto accident, know that there are factors that make negligence more apparent than others.
Birth Defects Due To Medical Negligence
22 July 2020
Although pregnancy is a natural experience for a woman, many of them still seek care from a physician to ensure that everything moves along in a healthy manner. Prenatal care involves a physician closely monitoring the development of the baby, as well as the health state of the mother. One perk of prenatal care is for a physician to prevent birth defects, although sometimes the defects can develop no matter how good of a physician he or she is.
3 Ways To Increase Your Auto Accident Settlement
13 July 2020
Just because you were hurt in an auto accident doesn't mean you are going to get a fair settlement. Many insurance companies make you work for a fair settlement. You may need to file a personal injury lawsuit in order to get a just settlement. Even once you file a personal injury lawsuit, there are still specific steps you have to take in order to ensure you get a fair settlement.
Are Telecommuting Workers Eligible For Workers' Compensation?
29 June 2020
Telecommuting is becoming a more common phenomenon as businesses look for ways to cut costs and find that they do not need to provide a physical space for their employees to perform their jobs. However, just because you are not working in a building controlled by your employer doesn't mean that you won't suffer an injury while telecommuting.
Performing Work Duties at Home
Even when you are at home, you are in the course of employment when performing direct duties for your employer.