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Where You Injured by Gross Negligence?

Personal injuries and accidents are common. However, some personal injuries may not be accidents. In other cases, they may have easily been avoided. The term gross negligence is often used to describe injuries from deliberate or excessive negligence. If you want to better protect yourself and get the settlement you deserve, check out these commonly…

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What Happens After a Burn Injury?

Thousands of people suffer from burn injuries every year. Burns are often the result of car accidents, structural fires, defective products, workplace accidents, and bad wiring. The actions you take immediately after a burn injury and in the weeks and months that follow are crucial to the compensation you may receive as a result. Not…

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and the Workplace

Carpal tunnel syndrome, also known as CTS, is a common workplace-related repetitive injury, and you should be able to get help through your workers’ compensation insurance. However, because the condition comes on gradually, you have to prove that your work is the primary cause. Here is more information about CTS, what types of work trigger…

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Delayed Car Accident Injuries

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For many people, the injuries from a car accident are not immediate. In fact, many people do not experience the true pain of an injury until much later. This is a delayed injury. When you face an issue as serious as a car accident injury, any delay can be difficult to manage. This guide will…

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Returning To Work After Workers’ Compensation: Do’s and Don’ts

If you were injured at work and spent a few days, weeks, or even months recuperating, the idea of returning to work can be scary. To ensure you continue to receive workman’s compensation benefits, including having your physician’s bills covered, you will need to follow the doctor’s orders, especially when it comes to returning to…

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