Why Work-Related Wear-And-Tear Injuries Are Difficult To Prove

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When you suffer a sudden injury at work, such as an accident involving machinery that leads to an amputation, your injury is very clear-cut and obvious. However, many injuries at work are more subtle and develop over time. These are referred to as wear-and-tear injuries and can be very difficult to prove without the help of a workers’ compensation attorney. What Causes Wear and Tear? Wear-and-tear injuries occur over time as a result of repetitive stress.…

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Seven Frequently Seen Misconceptions People Have About Disability Cases

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Unfortunately, the public holds a lot of misconceptions about disability that often discourage individuals from pursuing disability benefits. The following are seven incorrect but frequently seen misconceptions people have about disability cases that you should be aware of if you’re considering filing a disability claim. You can’t apply for benefits until you’ve been suffering from a disability for a certain length of time. A popular belief lingers that an individual needs to be disabled for a year or so before they can collect benefits.…

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5 Ways A Personal Injury Case May End

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Pursuing a personal injury claim can be a very involved process. If you’re thinking about hiring a personal injury attorney to represent your interests, it’s a good idea to learn how your case might end. These 5 outcomes are the most common. Acceptance In every scenario, your personal injury attorney sends a demand letter to the insurance company’s claims adjuster. This one happens to be the scenario where the adjuster agrees with your argument and accepts the claim.…

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