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  • $950,000 - Birth Injury Malpractice
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  • $4,000,000 - Medical Malpractice
  • $3,000,000 - Vehicle Accident
  • $950,000 - Birth Injury Malpractice
  • $7,500,000 - Premises Liability

August 2013 Archives

How Social Media Can Impact a Personal Injury Lawsuit

Social media is a mainstay of today's technological and Internet culture. Social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, and LinkdIn attract billions of users. Social media has become so popular, in fact, that some experts report that it is the most common activity that users perform online.

How to Protect your Kids from Concussions and Other Traumatic Head Injuries

Concussions and other traumatic brain injuries have become a major concern in recent years. The impact of head injuries has received widespread media attention due to the thousands of lawsuits filed against the NFL by former football players and the deaths of well-known professional athletes, and concussions and other head injuries can be especially dangerous for children and young adults.

What to Do If Injured in a Car Accident While on the Job

Many jobs require that an employee operate a motor vehicle while on the job. Operating a vehicle is the primary job duty for delivery drivers and truckers, but other occupations also require that an employee drive a car while on the job. For instance, a salesman may occasionally need to drive to other locations on business trips. A plant supervisor may need to drive to another factory site to oversee operations. And a city inspector may need to travel to various locations throughout the city to inspect buildings.

Workers' Compensation Benefits

When a worker is injured in an accident that occurs in the course of employment, he or she is generally entitled to workers' compensation benefits. Even those accidents and injuries that occur outside of the workplace may qualify for workers' compensation benefits as long as the injuries were sustained in the course of employment. Accordingly, if an employee's job responsibilities require that he or she operate a motor vehicle, and an auto accident occurs while he or she is on the job, the injured worker is likely eligible for workers' compensation benefits.