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Are Employers Liable When Employees Injure Customers?

Recent jury award sheds light on employer liability for negligent hiring, training, and supervision You may already know that business owners have a responsibility to keep their premises reasonably safe and free from slip and trip hazards and other conditions that could cause injury. But did you know that the responsibility to ensure safety also…
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Adults Aren’t Using Seatbelts in the Back Seat

Learn why it’s important to wear your seatbelt every time you get in the car By now, the importance of buckling up each and every time you get in a car should be common knowledge. However, it turns out that many adults are still riding unbuckled in the back seat. The Insurance Institute for Highway…
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Independent Medical Examinations and Your Workers’ Comp Claim

Learn about the role of independent medical exams in the workers’ compensation claim process If you’ve been injured on the job, you can and should file a claim for workers’ compensation benefits. You can receive medical treatment even before your claim has been accepted or approved. However, as part of the processing of your claim,…
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4 Ways the Defense Can Use Your Medical Record Against You

Learn about possible issues that could hurt your case for compensation following a personal injury In any personal injury case, the plaintiff’s medical record will be carefully scrutinized by both sides. The plaintiff’s attorney will be using the medical record to establish that an accident led to injuries and symptoms that deserve compensation, while the…
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How to Calculate Damages for a Spinal Cord Injury

Both present and future costs should be considered when building your claim for compensation Spinal cord injuries can range from relatively minor back injuries like bulging discs or pinched nerves to permanent injuries causing reduced mobility or even paralysis. The more severe your injury is, the more important it is to secure full and fair…
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Why Personality Matters When Choosing a Personal Injury Attorney

Learn what personality traits to look for in a personal injury attorney After a personal injury accident, securing ample compensation may be very important to your future. For example, it could enable you to pay for medical treatment you couldn’t otherwise afford or help you cover daily expenses while out of work. Naturally, you want…
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What Injured Workers Need to Know About FCEs

Learn how the Functional Capacity Exam can affect your workers’ comp claim If you’ve been hurt on the job, the good news is that you are almost certainly entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. The bad news is, getting the benefits you deserve isn’t always easy. You will have to jump through a lot of hoops…
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Road Rage Tragedy Strikes Again

Keeping your cool on the road can avoid the consequences of road rage. In late June, tragedy struck in Pennsylvania, as a recent high school graduate was shot and killed by a driver in an incident of road rage. This incident highlights the increasing problem of road rage on our nation’s roads — and how…
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Pedestrian Accidents Continue to Rise

A recent San Francisco pedestrian accident case demonstrates the dangers of cars making illegal turns. As a child, you were likely taught the basics of crossing the street: look left, right and then left again before crossing safely, and always use a crosswalk when available to minimize the risk of being struck by a car.…
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Is It Better to Go to Trial or Take a Settlement?

The decision will depend on a number of factors. If you have been injured due to the negligence of another person, you are likely overwhelmed by the legal process and the choices that you have to make in order to resolve your case and move forward with your life. You are probably still in pain…
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