If you’ve been hurt on the job, you likely have a million questions running through your mind. Discover the answers to FAQs about workers compensation.
Getting injured on the job has a rippling effect on your entire life. Unfortunately, many employees are not seeking worker’s compensation they deserve due to false misconceptions.
We have advocated for many people dealing with medical malpractice such as omission, failure to diagnose, errors during surgery, and more.
Brain injuries are too common these days, especially with the popularity of sports on the rise. It’s important to take care of your brain and take necessary steps if you endure an injury. Here’s what you need to know:
If you’ve been injured, you are likely entitled to compensation. It is important to seek reimbursement for all expenses related to the work injury. It not only demands the responsible party to be held accountable, but it will also ease any financial burden you may have in the present and future.
Many people don’t seek out a personal injury lawyer because they think they can win the case on their own. However, having an attorney on your side can be the difference between winning and losing a case!
There are many elements of worker’s compensation, with the most vital element being – proving who accepts fault. Your workplace’s insurance will do everything in their power to prove that it was your fault, not your employer’s fault. That’s where we come in.
Find out how Adams Law Firm can help you if you or a loved one have suffered a TBI.
Adams Law Firm Recognizes Distracted Driving Awareness Month Every April, Adams Law Firm recognizes Distracted Driving Awareness Month.Distraction.gov, the Official U.S. Government website for Distracted Driving defines the growing problem as follows: “Distracted driving is any activity that could divert a person’s attention away from the primary task of driving. All distractions endanger driver, passenger, and bystander safety. These types
The start of a new year is upon us, and for many it’s a time to get organized, reflect on the previous year, and resolve to do it all a little better this trip around the sun. With distracted driving on the rise, 2016 will present itself with more dangerous driving conditions, and accidents will happen. That said, Adams Law