When you got hurt on the job, you hoped that you'd be able to return soon. The problem is that your pain level hasn't improved, and the spinal injury you suffer from isn't bad enough to commit to surgery. Despite that, your pain is bad enough that you need to find a solution to work the way you did before.
Several levels of fault are recognized by the law. These include negligence, recklessness, intentional misconduct and strict liability. In most cases involving car crashes, negligence or recklessness is the primary cause. This act of negligence or recklessness results in injuries to the victims who have a right to pursue a claim against the driver responsible.
As a woman going through the divorce process, you are sure to have many questions on your mind.
After a car crash, one of the injuries you may have to deal with is an eye injury. Not all eye injuries are easy to recognize right away. For example, a corneal abrasion may happen over time just by rubbing your eyes or you may have an infection that develops.
Car crashes can lead to a host of serious injuries. Some of these injuries can be life threatening. One very serious injury that occurs sometimes is a head injury.
During a divorce, you might find that you need to vent your anger. This is understandable, but you need to be careful about where you do this. The issue that might come up, especially during a contentious divorce, is that what you say on Facebook might be used against you.
Are you responsible for paying child support every month? If so, you know just how important it is to make full payments without any delay.
Imagine working on a construction site that is constantly full of hazards. You have to watch for randomly falling objects, uncovered holes, loose electrical wires and various other dangers. Your chances of getting injured at work seem pretty high. What happens if you do suffer and injury? Will the construction company pay for your medical expenses and cover your lost wages?