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Posted January 25, 2022

Tips for Social Media Use During a Lawsuit

Social Media & Lawsuits It’s completely normal to want to post about your accident on social media. After all, you may want to update your friends and family about how you’re doing. Likewise, it’s normal to want to vent about the case when it becomes complicated or frustrating. Unfortunately, social media can be used against […]

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Posted April 17, 2021

Top Questions About Speaking to Insurance After a Truck Accident

Your insurance agent should be one of the first people you call after a truck accident. You’ll need to let them know about your accident in order to make a claim, and they may be able to talk you through steps to take before you leave the crash site. While insurance is there to help, […]

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Posted November 02, 2020

Spine Injuries and Slip and Falls

Personal Injury Lawyer Your back is one of the most crucial parts of your body. Not only does it contain some of the largest muscle groups, but the spinal cord is the only way the brain and the rest of the body communicate. If you fall and hurt any part of your back, you may […]

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Posted October 18, 2019

Should I Go to Traffic Court?

Car Accident Lawyer It’s an unfortunate fact that if you stay on the road long enough, you’re bound to get a traffic ticket. The natural inclination can be to pay any associated fines and be done with the matter. But there are other times when you should opt to go to court with an experienced […]

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Posted September 15, 2019

Why You Should Take a Social Media Break While Filing a Lawsuit

Social Media and Lawsuits Social media is perhaps one of the greatest technological inventions for people who love to stay connected. While it can connect grandparents with grandchildren, childhood friends, and so many others, it can also be used against people in court. If you are filing a personal injury lawsuit, you may want to […]

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Posted January 09, 2017

Public Intoxication – Walking is Better than an OWI, Right?

You’re out on the town, having a few beers with friends. You decide to hoof it home to avoid a ticket for operating while intoxicated, being responsible. A skilled criminal defense attorney trusts would definitely agree with that plan.  You have nothing to worry about, right?  Well, beware, as Indiana Courts have scrutinized the language of […]

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Posted November 09, 2016

5 Questions to Ask Your Personal Injury Lawyer

You aren’t involved in a car accident every day.  Usually this is foreign and you don’t know what to look for to preserve your claim.  Before you talk to an insurance adjuster it is important to talk to an experienced personal injury lawyer Little Rock AR trusts to find out what your rights are.  The insurance adjuster […]

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Posted November 09, 2016

Three Things to Know About Your Mesothelioma Diagnosis

What is Mesothelioma? Is it a disease? No, it’s not a disease, Mesothelioma is a highly uncommon and dangerous, often deadly form of cancer that is caused from Asbestos exposure. Typically, Mesothelioma forms in the respiratory system and in the surrounding areas, like the heart, lungs, chest and abdomen. 3,200 people are diagnosed each year […]

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Posted August 25, 2016

Pursuing a Personal Injury Case Involving a Child with Disabilities

Before choosing to pursue a personal injury case case involving a child with disabilities, an attorney should be completely familiar with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and its implementing regulations. These federal laws provide statutory and regulatory guidance for the procedural and […]

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Posted September 30, 2015

Am I Covered by the Wisconsin Worker’s Compensation Act?

While most employees in Wisconsin are covered by the Wisconsin Worker’s Compensation Act, there are some exceptions. If you are injured in the workplace, it’s important to know how and if you are covered. The majority of employers in Wisconsin must carry Worker’s Comp insurance. If employers have more than three full or part time […]

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