Don't Forget To Ask For These Damages In Your Wrongful Death Case
7 June 2017
When your loved one dies because of someone else's negligence, there are a number of well-known damages you can sue for, such as medical bills, funeral costs, and loss of income. However, there are also some lesser known losses you can be awarded as long as you remember to ask for them. Here are two that may apply to your case.
Loss of Caretaker Benefits
You may think the amount of compensation you can collect may be limited if the person who passed away didn't work outside the home.
6 Ways To Guarantee You Don't Win Sole Custody
30 May 2017
Unfortunately, couples feel they can no longer remain married and seek a divorce. If you have children, there may be a battle deciding who gets sole custody. Traditionally, judges award custody to mothers but this norm is changing and more fathers are being awarded sole custody. Whatever the reason for your decision to seek sole custody, judges have certain reasons for deciding to whom they will award it. Here are 6 things that pretty much guarantee you will not win sole custody, and what you can do to avoid them.
What You Need to Know if a Nurse Case Manager Has Been Hired for Your Worker's Compensation Case
30 May 2017
If you have filed a worker's compensation claim and have been assigned a nurse case manager, there are a few important things to understand. Nurse case managers are supposed to act as third parties or liaisons between you, the insurance company, and your medical team. However, nurse case managers who are paid by the insurance company may not act as an independent person. Here's what you need to do if you have been assigned a nurse case manager.
Two Auto Accident Injuries That May Take Awhile To Show Up
23 May 2017
Not all car accidents result in immediately identifiable injuries. Sometimes issues can take awhile to show up, depending on which body part is affected, the severity of the accident, and other factors. Here are two injuries that may not appear right away and how to handle this issue when filing an accident claim.
Concussions and Traumatic Brain Injuries
It's commonly believed the brain is attached to the skull, but this is not true.