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Workers Comp Claim in a Pandemic

Worker’s compensation claims have grown as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. One of the main reasons for this is the deviation from standard rules on what is usually deemed hazardous. We are now in a very unique time, and although community-spread illnesses would not normally qualify because they are not typically  tied to the […]

What Are Intentional Torts?

A tort is something someone does or does not do that causes you to suffer injuries. An intentional tort requires intent, whereas a tort does not. The most common intentional torts are false imprisonment, intentionally inflicting emotional distress, assault, battery, trespass to chattels, trespass to land and conversion. False Imprisonment If someone holds you against […]

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Motorcycle Accidents and Catastrophic Injuries

When you ride a motorcycle, you know that getting into an accident could cause catastrophic injuries. Sharing the road on two wheels with much larger vehicles is a risk – and of course, you do not have the protection that being inside a passenger vehicle affords. Additionally, many drivers claimed they did not see a […]

The Importance of Documenting Slip and Fall Cases

When you slip or trip and fall on someone’s property, it is up to you to prove that it was the property owner’s fault that you injured yourself. Thus, documenting the accident is imperative to your case, whether you want to attempt a settlement or take your case to court. A personal injury slip and […]

Large Truck Accidents: Why They Are Different

When looking for a personal injury attorney after a large truck accident, be sure to choose someone with experience in settling and litigating this type of claim. A large truck accident is different than a car accident or a motorcycle accident – or even a pedestrian accident. The mechanics of the case are the same: […]