4 Steps To Take After Your Young Children Are Injured In A Car Accident

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A car accident can be scary and stressful at any time, but when you're involved in an accident that isn't your fault and your young children are in the vehicle, it can be traumatic and very worrying. As a parent, how you react after your minor children are injured in a car accident is very important. Take the following steps if a not-at-fault crash causes injuries to your children: Seek Immediate Medical Care

27 July 2016

Can Parents Be Sued If Their Child Is a Bully?

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Bullying is something that can negatively affect someone for many years after they've left school. Are the parents to blame for children who assume the role of the school bully? If this is the parents' fault, should the parents be liable from a legal point of view? There are cases where bullying is so severe that the parents of the victim may seek monetary damages. In these cases, with the participants being minors, the parents of the bully will be liable to pay those damages.

14 July 2016

Trucking Accident Statistics And Facts Every Regular Driver Should Know

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You see the giant vehicles speed by when you are on the highway and may even occasionally have to make room when you meet a semi truck at an intersection. However, if you are like most drivers, you have no idea just how dangerous it can be to be sharing the highway with semi trucks every day. As the driver of a passenger vehicle, it is a good idea to get to know the true risks by taking a look at some of the facts and statistics associated with sharing the road with big trucks.

7 June 2016

Faqs About Repetitious Injuries In A Workers' Comp Claim

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Workers' compensation claims are usually paid after an accident in the workplace. However, some claims are paid as the result of a repetitive stress injury. Since there is no one incident that can pinpoint when the injury occurred, you could have a more difficult time proving that the injury is work-related. If you are planning to file a claim for a repetitive stress injury, here is what you need to know.

1 June 2016

Tips For Cutting Ceramic Tiles For The First Time With A Wet Saw

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If you have used power tools in the past, then you can safely operate a rented wet masonry saw and install your own ceramic tile kitchen countertops. Ceramic tiles are light enough to install yourself, and a rented tile saw will give you the precision cuts you need for a professional looking installation.  Keep these tips in mind to safely cut the ceramic tiles for your kitchen countertops: The Water Tray Needs to Stay Full of Water

17 May 2016

3 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Wait Before Filing A Personal Injury Lawsuit

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If you have recently been involved in an auto accident, a slip and fall accident or another situation in which you were injured due to no fault of your own, you could be thinking about filing a personal injury lawsuit. However, due to the pain of recovering from your injury and anything else that you might be going through, you might not be in a rush to meet with a lawyer right away.

6 May 2016

Things That Can Go Wrong With Your Workers' Comp Claim

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Workers' compensation is a very effective tool if you were injured on the job and are seeking compensation. However, not every claim is successful, and there are quite a few different things that can go wrong. To help you avoid such pitfalls, here are some of things that you do not want to do when preparing a workers' comp claim: Do Not Take Too Long To Report Your Injury First of all, you want to make sure that you report your injury as soon as possible.

29 April 2016