My Love Of The Law

  • Getting Through The VA Injury Claim Process With Continuing Pain

    12 October 2015

    Dealing with military-related injuries is only more complex when you're actively dealing with pain. Some veterans may get through Veterans Affairs (VA) systems relatively quickly because of documentation from a well-staffed military base, but many veterans have to piece together their background information while dealing with the very claim that stops them from being productive. Claims and appeal filing can be a full-time job, but if you're in such pain that you can't work, who can help you?

  • Can Arbitration Be Used To Settle Worker's Compensation Claims?

    27 September 2015

    Arbitration is a way of legally resolving a dispute outside of court. If you're a worker who is engaged in a dispute with your employer about a worker's compensation claim, having information about arbitration can be important. Can arbitration be used to settle worker's compensation claims? Many states will allow worker's compensation disputes between an employer and employee to be settled through arbitration. Some states even require worker's compensation disputes to go to arbitration.

  • Best Practices for Limiting Restaurant Kitchen Employee Burn Liability

    18 August 2015

    Scalding water splashing into a work glove, an elbow bumping into an open oven door, and a slip on the floor while holding a hot pan can all lead to injuries that may result in a worker's compensation insurance claim for your restaurant. If you want to keep your employees safe and avoid the headache and added expenses of these claims, you will need to find ways to make your kitchen safer in order to mitigate burn risks.

  • Can Employers Be Held Liable For The Opioid Addictions Of Injured Workers?

    3 August 2015

    You hurt your back while on the job and were prescribed prescription painkillers as a result. Now, you've developed an addiction to the pain medication that was supposed to help you. Worse, what if you're the survivor of someone whose addiction to pain medication following a workplace accident eventually led to death? Can you sue for additional workers' comp benefits related to the addiction or death?  Possibly. This is what you should know.

  • Understand Your Rights And Secure Your Financial Future: Types Of Damages In Personal Injury Cases

    23 June 2015

    If you've been seriously injured through the fault of others and your ability to provide for yourself and your loved ones is at risk, it's important that you develop a full understanding of the relief available to you. Many people believe that personal injury settlements are merely flat payouts designed to provide some relief, but there are many other options available as well. Below, you'll find a guide to some of the types of damages commonly available in personal injury cases.

  • Reasons To Immediately Enlist The Services Of A Personal Injury Attorney

    16 June 2015

    Being involved in an accident is not only physically jarring, but you also suffer from emotional trauma. This is especially true if you were the victim and not the cause of the accident. During this time, chances are you will not be able to think straight and it may take you days or weeks to collect your thoughts. However, it is crucial to enlist the services of a personal injury attorney immediately as they can cater to a realm of factors as you are recuperating.

  • 2 Reasons To Hire A Workers Compensation Attorney

    30 April 2015

    Hiring a workers' compensation attorney is one of the most important things that you can do if you are injured at work, mostly because of the many different ways in which he or she can help you. An attorney can help you with your case by protecting you from employer retaliation and appealing a denied claim: Employer Retaliation It is not uncommon for an employer to attempt to get back at an employee who has filed a workers' compensation claim.