Slip and fall accident injuries can occur anywhere, anytime in Massachusetts. The pain and inconvenience caused during such injuries have a serious impact on the victim both physically and financially. It can also leave the victim with large medical bills, missed time at work, and lost wages. To put it simply, a slip and fall… Continue reading Why Should One Hire an Attorney for A Slip And Fall Case?
In this day and age, legal help is always required and expert legal help more so. Wouldn’t it be welcome if the legal help arrived at your preferred location? Think of an emergency situation. It may be a medical emergency, an accident or any other such incident. The first most frustrating issue is the inability… Continue reading The Importance Of A Personal Injury Lawyer Can Never Be Overlooked
In this article, we will explain what a No Win No Fee Agreement is and what questions you need to ask your solicitor before you sign one. What is No Win No Fee Definition: No Win No Fee (Proper legal name: Conditional Fee Agreement or Contingency Fee Agreement depending on which you use) is very… Continue reading What Is a No Win No Fee Agreement & 5 Key Questions To Ask Your Solicitor
Most often when a person is injured, let’s say in a car accident, the at-fault party (or other driver) is held liable for their resulting economic damages and losses. Damages and losses include hospital bills, medical expenses, lost wages from time off work, prolonged therapy, mental anguish, pain and suffering, and much more. Damages and… Continue reading What Happens If an Adjuster Denies My Personal Injury Claim?
Over the past 15 years, I have been involved in over 100 residential garage door injury cases and I am generally retained as the door expert almost equally by plaintiff and defense. I provide an unbiased neutral assessment of every claim. The following article is derived from various common conditions that have led to a… Continue reading RESIDENTIAL GARAGE DOORS – Personal Injury Claims
Driving slower to reduce construction work injury in Tacoma road projects Recently, I noticed that the reader-boards along that area ask drivers to slow down to help construction workers. The city of Tacoma is trying hard to prevent work injury occurrences. Bright orange speed limit signs, penalty warning signs, and reader-board messages are spread across… Continue reading Construction Work Injury and Roadwork Injuries in Washington State – Can We Prevent Them?
When you are in the middle of a personal injury lawsuit, your mind is in constant motion with questions about all the possible outcomes of your case. Although you might have an experienced personal injury lawyer on your side who is fighting for your rights to compensation, it can be tough putting your mind at… Continue reading Can My Personal Injury Claim End in a Structured Settlement?
Returning to work after a work injury L&I started the Vocational Recovery Project several years ago. Unfortunately, since then, I haven’t seen much improvement in setting injured workers up for success when returning to work. For me, it seems that L&I and most vocational services companies think that improving outcomes means making more determinations. These… Continue reading Workers’ Comp Claim and Return to Work Programs: The Vocational Recovery Project