Approximately one out of four women and one out of six men experience sexual assault in their lifetimes. Since most people spend a lot of time at their workplaces, it's inevitable some may experience sexual violence from coworkers or bosses while on the job. One question that comes up in this situation is whether this type of injury qualifies for workers compensation benefits. It depends on a couple of factors. [Read More]
Utilizing A Car Accident Attorney
Being involved in an accident that is not your fault is a scary and often tragic experience. It is important that you call the authorities as soon as possible. When you talk to the authorities they are going to ask if there is anyone that is injured. You may want to inform the authorities that you do not know. Often there is a great deal of adrenaline going through your body and you may not know that you are seriously injured. [Read More]
Who Pays A Pedestrian's Medical Bills In Case Of A Car Accident?
If you are hit by a car while walking, you may be confused as to who should settle your medical bills. This confusion is understandable given that the responsibility for your medical bills is determined by myriad issues, and they vary by state. Here is an overview of the three major parties that may be responsible for these bills, and the circumstances under which they will do so: Your Medical Insurance Coverage [Read More]
Things To Know About Filing A Personal Injury Lawsuit After An Assault
When most people think of personal injury cases, they imagine injuries that are caused due to negligence, such as those in a medical malpractice case or a car accident case. But in reality, a victim of assault can also file a personal injury lawsuit even though assault is an intentional and criminal act. If you are the victim of an assault, continue reading to learn more about filing a personal injury lawsuit against your attacker: [Read More]