There are some occupations that put you closer to other people's animals, such as post office workers, utility meter readers, package delivery individuals, plumbers and any other individual that has to go to someone else's home in order to conduct business. Going to people's homes and interacting with their pets puts people in these occupations at greater risk of getting bitten by a dog. If you are even bitten by a dog while you are at work, make sure you know what to do. [Read More]
Three Questions You May Have After Being In A Collision With A Big Rig
If you've been in a collision with a big rig, you should consider yourself lucky to have survived. Often, accidents of this type are deadly. But while living through a truck collision is cause for celebration, the months that follow can be tough as you pursue insurance claims and lawsuits. Likely, you have a few questions about how to proceed when it comes to recovering your medical expenses and other damages. [Read More]
Three Things Insurance Companies May Do To Try And Deny A Disability Claim
If you are injured and will no longer be able to work and support yourself, filing for disability can be vital to ensuring your well being. There are several things you need to do to ensure that everything is filed correctly so you can decrease the chances of denial. The following are three things to be aware of so you don't compromise your claim. #1: You may be under surveillance [Read More]
Is There A Way To Bring A Wrongful Death Claim When You'Re Not Related To The Decedent?
The laws in most states only allow family members of decedents to file wrongful death suits against any liable parties who may be responsible for the deceased persons' demise. Unfortunately, that same right doesn't always extend to people who aren't biologically related to the decedents. However, there are a few possible ways you can get around this problem and sue the responsible parties for compensation for the death of your loved one. [Read More]