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August 2019 Archives

Understanding the consequences of brain injuries for victims

Traumatic brain injuries are a type of injury that are not uncommon in car accidents and many car accident victims may suffer brain injuries. Brain injuries can have a devastating impact on victims and their families so victims of their families should be familiar with the different types of resources that may help them, including legal resources.

Wrongful death legal protections can help after a fatal accident

Car accidents can devastate victims and their families, which can be especially true in circumstances of a fatal car accident or fatal truck or motorcycle accident. Because of this, it is essential for surviving family members of victims of fatal car accidents to be familiar with the wrongful death legal protections available to them, since they can serve as an important remedy for the harm they have suffered.

Workplace injury claims may be difficult to resolve fairly

Workplace injuries can occur in any profession or work environment, and most employers hold liability for their workers while they are on the job or acting on behalf of the employer. If you recently suffered an injury at work, you probably have grounds for a workers' compensation claim, or may be able to hold your employer liable for your injury some other way.

Understanding time limits associated with personal injury claims

Personal injury claims for damages are a vital protection available to victims who are injured in car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, and other types of traumatic events. Because of the importance of seeking compensation through a personal injury claim, it is essential that car accident victims are familiar with the time limits associated with a personal injury claim for damages.

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