Chicago Worker Safety Rules and Regulations to Know
As an employee, you have the right to a safe work environment free from hazards that can cause injury or illness. While not all dangers are clear, your employer has an obligation to correct known hazards and any that have a potential to injure someone. If you are injured on the job, you have the […]Full Article
Essential Questions to Ask before Accepting a New Medication
You go to the doctor complaining of symptoms. After a quick examination, you are handed a prescription. Before you leave, how much do you know about the prescription? Will there be side effects? How does that medication work to make you feel better? Most patients hurry out of their doctor’s office trusting that the medications […]Full Article
Whiplash and Chronic Pain: Does That Qualify for Compensation?
Whiplash injuries might sound minor, but for some accident victims they can lead to long-term chronic pain, headaches, difficulty sleeping, and ultimately affect their quality of life. If you have been in an accident and diagnosed with whiplash, you may wonder if you can seek damages or compensation for your injuries and the chronic pain […]Full Article
Who Can File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit in Indiana?
Wrongful death can happen in numerous ways whether from a car accident, slip and fall, or medical error. Regardless of how it happens, losing a loved one is traumatic. It not only causes emotional grief, but the economic impact can be equally devastating for loved ones. It does not matter how a loved one died, […]Full Article
Can a Car Accident Lawsuit Be Reopened?
You were seriously injured in a motor vehicle accident, and you settled with the insurance company privately or through a lawsuit. After everything, you realize that the compensation you received is not enough. You have higher medical costs and long-term disability. Now you wonder if you can reopen the case and seek further compensation. In […]Full Article
Is a Wrongful Death Case Criminal or Civil?
A wrongful death, technically, is any death that was not a person passing “naturally”. However, when it comes to the courts, the term “wrongful death” is reserved for civil cases. While a wrongful death might result in criminal charges and a civil lawsuit, criminal courts use terms like homicide, manslaughter, and murder to address wrongful […]Full Article
Should Your Injury Attorney Have Courtroom Experience?
Experienced Courtroom Personal Injury Lawyers Serving Indiana When you are looking at your options for a personal injury attorney, you have multiple factors to consider. One of the most important is the attorney’s experience. Experience is a broad category, which includes not only how many years they have been in practice, but how many similar […]Full Article