Can You Count On Workers’ Compensation Coverage When You Need It?
24 September 2021
Many workers assume that their employer's workers' compensation insurance will cover them for almost any sort of work accident. However, like almost all types of insurance, the details reveal that coverage is not a guarantee. Read on to find out when you can count on coverage and when that coverage might not happen.
You Can Probably Count on Coverage
Certain situations are more likely to result in workers' comp coverage than others.
Do You Plan To File A Personal Injury Lawsuit? Here's How To Maximize Your Compensation
24 September 2021
There are several reasons you might decide to file a personal injury lawsuit after an accident. A major reason is to receive adequate compensation to cover medication and other expenses until you fully recover. Therefore, you must do everything possible to maximize your settlement, and a good way to do so is by understanding your responsibilities when making your claim. Here's how to maximize your compensation after filing a personal injury lawsuit.
Questions You May Be Asked During A Child Custody Hearing
23 August 2021
During a child custody hearing, the judge will ask you a series of questions. Being prepared to answer these questions will increase the odds that your child custody hearing will go in the direction that you want it to. If you don't feel like you're fully prepared for the hearing, it's important to consult with a child custody attorney.
Management of Childcare
The judge will ask about how childcare is currently managed.
How Can You Prove Pain And Suffering After An Auto Accident?
19 July 2021
After a car accident, pain and suffering will be counted as emotional damages. Usually, lost wages and medical expenses are easy to prove to your insurer. However, demonstrating pain and suffering can be a daunting task. The good news is that there are strategies to prove emotional harm.
A doctor can write down all complaints emanating from pain and emotional suffering to build a strong case. If the case goes to trial, a doctor's testimony will help you get a fair settlement.