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4 Things You Need To Do If You Have To File A Personal Injury Claim

If you have been in an accident that was due to the fault of another party and you were injured, you will want to file a personal injury claim for compensation for both your medical expenses and income loss. You can even receive compensation for pain and suffering, which would be compensation for things, such as emotional suffering from the accident. In order to get the most out of your claim, you need to do the following four things: Read More 

What Workers’ Comp Claimants Need To Know About Independent Medical Exams

While getting injured at work is no picnic, it's nice to know that your employer provides you with a valuable benefit: workers' compensation insurance. This benefit, available at no cost to you, can provide you with access to medical care at no charge and a partial wage while you stay home and recover from your injury. After you have been receiving benefits, you may be contacted by the insurance company and asked to undergo a specific type of medical exam, the Independent Medical Exam (IME). Read More 

Prenuptial Agreements: What To Know

A legal document that can cover you in the event of a separation may not be on your list of things to do before your upcoming wedding, but it should be. A prenuptial agreement should be made several months before your big day, and it can be custom-made to address the financial issues that matter to you and your soon-to-be spouse. Read to learn more about prenuptial agreements and what should and should not be on yours. Read More 

2 Questions Answered About A Wrongful Death Case

If you've lost a loved one too soon because of a wrongful death, you will want to know what to do. It's in your best interest to pursue legal action for the justice that should be served. This can be a very challenging time in your life and the key to coping with it may be by taking legal action against the party responsible for the death. By having specific questions answered about this dire situation, you may be better prepared to handle it legally. Read More 

How Your Statin Drug May Cause Permanent Illness

If you have high cholesterol that is resistant to weight loss, exercise, and healthy eating habits, your doctor may have prescribed a statin medication to bring down your numbers. While cholesterol-lowering medications are effective in reducing blood lipids, they may heighten the risk for permanent illness and disability. If you experience any of the following as a result of your prescription statin medication, you may need a personal injury lawyer: Read More