Workers' Compensation And Using A Car For Work

If your job requires you to have a company vehicle or use your own vehicle for your work, then you need to know that you may be covered by workers' compensation if you are injured while on the job. This is true whether or not there was another driver involved in the accident or who was at fault. Because the rules around workers' compensation and car accidents on the job can be confusing, here are a few things to keep in mind when it comes to these types of cases. [Read More]

Faqs Of Refusing A Blood, Urine, Or Breath Test

A crucial part of a DUI case is the blood, urine, or breath test. Without it, prosecutors only have the arresting officer's observations to make the case that you were under the influence when stopped by police. Some people choose not to take the test for that reason. However, refusing to take the test could have negative consequences. If you refused to take the test or might have cause to do so in the future, here is what you need to know. [Read More]

Why Your Hospital Injury May Not Constitute Medical Malpractice

What crosses your mind if a medical treatment doesn't improve your ill health or worsens it?  While most people will be tempted to make medical malpractice claims, you should know that not all cases of health injuries constitute medical malpractice. Here are three reasons your injuries may not translate to medical malpractice: Some Diseases Are Incurable Some health issues just can't be treated. A doctor may make the correct diagnosis, give his or her best treatment advice, but still fail to rid your body of a disease. [Read More]

FAQs About The Workers' Comp Independent Medical Exam

After you file for workers' compensation benefits, it is possible that your employer's insurance company will request an independent medical evaluation of your condition. The examination is often used to determine eligibility for benefits. If you have received notice that you have to undergo an examination, here is what you need to know.  What Is the Independent Medical Examination? The independent medical examination is the insurance company's way of ensuring that you are as hurt as you are claiming. [Read More]