Being involved in a car accident can leave an accident victim shaken and traumatized. Still, it is important for an accident victim to be aware of his or her actions while at the scene of an automotive collision. Sometimes, a victim's actions can inadvertently hinder compensation or lessen the amount of a settlement. If you are injured in an auto accident, here are a few things that you should avoid doing at the accident scene: [Read More]
How A Lawyer Can Assist With Filing A Workers Compensation Claim
Did you injure your back at work after falling off of a ladder? If you had to take some time off to recover and need some financial assistance, you might be entitled to workers compensation benefits. You can hire a lawyer to help prove that the benefits are deserved and raise your chance of getting approved. Find out in this article about a few of the services a lawyer can provide to help prove that your claim for workers compensation benefits is justified. [Read More]
Presumptive Claim For Veterans With Complex Conditions
Not all veterans suffer from obvious, easily detected problems. From dangerous, sometimes unknown substance exposure such as Agent Orange to the normal wear and tear from military service, there are many problems that either take too long to manifest or can be easily explained by issues that have nothing to do with the military. If you suspect that your current conditions were caused by military service, or if you have chronic pain or mobility issues that aren't showing up on medical scans, consider the presumptive condition system and how a presumptive claim could bring you closer to Veterans Affairs (VA) disability success. [Read More]
What Is The Statute Of Limitations For A Medical Malpractice Lawsuit In Delaware?
Medical malpractice lawsuits can be pretty complicated when compared to other types of lawsuits. You need to know the laws of your state if you want to maximize your chances of winning. To help you out with that, here is a simplified explanation of how the statute of limitations works for a medical malpractice lawsuit in Delaware: The Statute of Limitations The statute of limitations (as found in statute 6856 of Delaware's Title 18) tells you exactly how long you have to file a lawsuit and is pretty clear-cut in most situations. [Read More]