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The Wide, Wide World of Personal Injury Attorneys


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The Wide, Wide World of Personal Injury Attorneys

When you think of personal injury cases, you probably picture two parties standing in front of a judge who decides how much one party has to pay the other. Indeed, this is how some personal injury cases end up being concluded. But many are actually settled out of court. Your attorney files a suit against the defendant, and then the defendant's lawyer presents you with an offer for a certain amount of money if you agree not to go to court. You and your personal injury attorney decide whether or not to accept that offer, which is called a settlement. As you can see, personal injury lawyers do a lot more than just go to court. You can learn more about the many nuances of their jobs on this blog.

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If you are driving your vehicle and are hit by a driver that you suspect is intoxicated at the time, it may leave you wondering what you should do in this situation. Here is what to know about dealing with an auto accident related injury with a driver that is under the influence of drugs or alcohol. What Do You Do When You Suspect Intoxication? Any time that you have a suspicion about the driver of the other vehicle being intoxicated, then you should notify the police to come to the scene of the accident as soon as possible. Read More 

How Antidepressants Can Lead to Birth Defects

If you are grappling with the stresses of life, you might find that you need help from antidepressants or other psychiatric medications. If so, you're not alone, many people use psychiatric medications. However, if you are pregnant or trying to become pregnant, your doctor should inform you of the effects that psychiatric medications can have on your unborn child and the potential risk of birth defects. For example, taking an antidepressant while pregnant can increase the risk that your child develops a heart defect. Read More 

How to Ace Your SSDI Examination

Men and women now collect Social Security Disability benefits (SSDI) at nearly equal amounts, according to the Center for Budget and Policy Priorities. This is most likely because women participate in the workforce in almost equal numbers as men. When you are applying for SSDI, you may be asked to attend a physical or mental examination. During this examination, make sure to not do or say anything that could lead to your claim being denied. Read More 

Who Should I Contact If I Suspect a Wrongful Death at a Nursing Home

When you place your loved one in the care of a nursing home, you might assume that you are making the right decision and that he or she will receive the care they need. Unfortunately, many nursing homes hire individuals who should never work in this profession, and this can sometimes lead to a tragic death. In some cases, a nursing home wrongful death case arises from abuse that continues for years and is never reported. Read More 

3 Tips To Help You Hire A Workers Compensation Attorney

In most cases, filing a workers compensation claim is a simple and straightforward process, and an employee can take care of the matter on their own. However, more complicated situations can arise, and when that happens it may be necessary to retain the services of a workers compensation attorney. Some examples of when you may need to hire a workers compensation attorney include if your claim was denied or if you have suffered a serious injury that may make it impossible to work for an extended period of time. Read More