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4 Types Of Pictures You Need To Obtain Following A Motorcycle Accident

If you were involved in a motorcycle accident, there are four types of pictures that you need to make sure are obtained following your accident. These four types of pictures can help ensure that you get the settlement and compensation that you deserve from your insurance company and from the insurance company of the other driver who was involved in the accident. #1 Accident Location The first type of picture that you need to obtain are photos of the accident location. Read More 

The Recovery Process And Your Workers Compensation Claim

Even the smallest work accidents can cause injuries that leave you recuperating for months before you can return to work. While you might begin receiving workers compensation benefits in the beginning, continuing to receive benefits because you aren't able to return to work can become more complicated as time goes on. When you are hurt and recuperating, your treatment providers will be in contact with your workers compensation insurance to help determine when you are ready to get back to work. Read More 

Top 4 Reasons To Hire An Attorney After You’re Injured In An Auto Accident

No one plans on getting in a car accident, so many people don't know what to do after one, especially if there are injuries. When you're injured in a car accident that was not your fault, you are entitled to be compensated by the at-fault driver's insurance company. But the settlement process can be complex, so it is in your best interest to hire an experienced auto accident attorney. The top reasons you should hire an attorney include: Read More 

Travel Related Injuries & Workers’ Comp

If you are one of those workers that spend nearly as much time on the road as you do in the office, you may find yourself unsure of what steps to take if you're injured outside the office. The question of whether or not workers' comp coverage applies to your injury depends of the exact circumstances of the injury, but if you qualify for coverage you can expect to have all of your medical benefits covered and a portion of your salary paid to you while you stay at home and heal from your injury. Read More 

Has Your Ex-Spouse Relocated To Texas With Your Child? How Can You Enforce Your Rights As A Father?

Co-parenting with an ex-spouse can often be difficult -- especially if your ex-spouse relocates to another state after your divorce. Although just about every state has laws in place requiring custodial parents to seek court permission before moving out of immediate driving distance, if there isn't an existing custody order in place, you could find yourself taken by surprise as your child moves hours (or days) away. In other cases, your ex-spouse may simply ignore the court order and relocate without notice. Read More