Hurt workers are fortunate to have an employer-provided form of insurance at the ready when the moment comes for medical care. With medical costs rising so dramatically in the recent past, having to cover expensive diagnostic tests, medication, surgeries, and other treatments would ruin most workers without insurance. Even health insurance comes with co-pays, deductibles, and cost-sharing—but not the medical care provided by workers' compensation. To learn more about this aspect of injury aftercare, read on.
22 October 2019
Motorcycle accidents are never pretty. Since they don't protect your body like a traditional vehicle, your odds of sustaining significant injuries drastically go up. If you're involved in one of these incidents and are the innocent party, be sure to respond legally in the following ways. Seek Medical Treatment Whether you're pretty banged up or you only have minor scratches and bruises from the motorcycle accident, you need to seek medical treatment.
28 January 2019
In the days following a collision between your vehicle and another, you may be wondering whether you might need to hire a car accident attorney. It's helpful to understand what circumstances justify seeking counsel before getting too involved with filing a claim. Was Anyone Injured? The foremost issue in any case is whether or not anybody was injured as a result of the accident, as medical expenses are the most likely things in an incident to lead to major costs.
6 November 2018