Personal injury refers to any physical, emotional or psychological injury you have suffered because of someone else’s negligence. It is most often associated with a car accident, but there are many more ways people get hurt when it’s not their fault, and they are all considered a personal injury. When you’ve had an accident of any kind, you face multiple problems. You have to get medical help. You might need to get a new car or replace your personal property that was ruined. You have to deal with some insurance company or the other person, directly, if they are not insured. It can be a maze of paperwork and regulations for which you don’t have the familiarity. Your truthfulness can be called into question – whose fault was it? That’s why you need a experienced lawyer on your side. Someone to fight for you.
When you’ve had an accident of any kind, you face multiple problems. That’s why my office provides compassionate help for victims. Personal injury is a serious matter that can drastically affect your health, your job, your family and your future. If you have suffered an injury because of someone else’s negligence, you need an experienced personal injury attorney by your side. I have sat in your chair and know the despair you can feel. That’s why I believe you need a compassionate attorney to diligently pursue the compensation you need to get your life back on track. You need an attorney who understands what it’s like to be injured in an accident.
Our workers’ compensation system is a ‘no-fault’ system. This means if you are injured at work or while being engaged in your work, you are entitled to compensation for that injury. Once accepted, you are entitled to medical benefits and monetary benefits. This means you can get the treatment you need and be paid a portion of your salary for the time you are unable to work. Once your work injury has reached a state of what’s termed ‘maximal medical improvement’, you will be entitled to permanent disability depending how severely your injury affects your ability to work. It’s a complicated system and difficult to navigate. You really do need an experienced attorney to help you get the maximum benefits you are entitled too.
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Medical bills from no insurance or not enough insurance are the number one cause of people filing for bankruptcy. Other common reasons are the loss of a job and the inability to find a new one. A major life event such as divorce, death or being a caretaker also are common reasons people have to file. There is life after bankruptcy. And many times, getting rid of the weight around your neck from your debt, is just what you need to get your life back and on track.