Keys To Building A Solid Worker's Compensation Case

If you are injured on the job, you should have access to worker's compensation insurance. Worker's comp can help cover medical bills and loss of wages due to an injury, but receiving benefits is not a given. In order to make sure you get any benefits you are due, you need to take the right steps to build a case.  See a Doctor Even if you think that your injuries are mild, you should go to a doctor to have your injuries looked at. [Read More]

The Challenges Of A Military Divorce

Just as the military has its own set of rules and culture, it also has a certain way of doing things when it comes to divorce. If you're considering a divorce from someone who is currently serving in the military, it's important that you understand the different challenges you might face. Service Members Civil Relief Act Given the challenges of duty, the government established the Service Members Civil Relief Act (SMCRA) to offer military members protection from legal action when they are on active duty, such as deployment. [Read More]

Two Myths Concerning Wrongful Death Lawsuits

The unfortunate experience of losing a loved one due to another person's negligence can be among the most painful experiences that you can have. In many instances, accidental deaths may not involve criminal proceedings, and this can deny you the opportunity to have a sense of justice and closure. Fortunately, it may be possible to file a wrongful death lawsuit against the party responsible. Sadly, many people may not be very informed about this legal option, which can make it difficult to make sound choices. [Read More]

When Your Work-Related Accident Causes A Permanent Disability

If your work-related accident caused severe injuries, you could be looking at a permanent disability. Most accidents that occur at work are relatively minor, and workers' comp is meant to provide medical care and paid time-off to recuperate at home. When your injury is more severe, the partial wage you're earning can place a major financial hardship on you and your family, however. Read on to learn more about how workers' comp handles permanent injuries. [Read More]