Understanding Partial Denials of Your Worker's Compensation Claim

If you were injured at work, filing for workers' compensation can be an overwhelming process. Not only do you have to file the compensation claim with your employer's insurance company, but you also run the risk of having your claim denied. What many people don't realize, though, is that they can only part of your claim. Here's what you need to know about partial denials for your worker's compensation claim. [Read More]

What To Know About Debt Discharges Under Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

If you've decided that the time to declare bankruptcy is now, you should pay close attention to the issue of discharges. When the bankruptcy court eliminates the debt from your responsibility, it's called a discharge. The goal of bankruptcy is to discharge as much debt as possible and make your fresh start as easy as possible. To find out what types of debts are generally eligible to be discharged, read on. [Read More]

When Can You Sue Your Employer For Personal Injury?

Being injured at work can be a double whammy for many employees: not only are you facing time off work and medical expenses but often you didn't even have the benefit of being injured doing something you enjoy. However, the vast majority of on-the-job injuries are covered by workers' compensation insurance; and if an employee receives workers' compensation benefits (or is entitled to receive them), this generally prevents the employee from later being able to sue the employer for personal injury. [Read More]

About A Personal Injury Referral Company

A lot of lawyers find clients through referrals, and clients find lawyers through those same referrals. A personal referral company is a great way to go when it comes to matching one another. You can learn more about how important it is for clients to find the best lawyer for their needs and how lawyers benefit from these referrals as well. Why it is so important for a client to be matched with the right lawyer [Read More]