injured by a malfunctioning saw

injured by a malfunctioning saw

  • 3 Ways To Prove Emotional Distress In Your Personal Injury Case

    Emotional distress can be one of the most difficult injuries to prove when it comes to personal injury cases. Although you are entitled to financial compensation for these damages, there are no x-rays or other medical records that can definitively prove the level of emotional distress an accident has caused you. If you are thinking about filing an emotional distress claim, here are three ways that you can prove the existence (and extent) of your distress.

  • Can Your Personal Injury Settlement Be Protected From Your Ex And Creditors?

    After suffering an injury due to someone else's negligence, the most important thing to you could be filing a claim or lawsuit against the responsible party. What you might not expect is that once you receive the deserved compensation, another party could have a claim on your settlement money. If you are in the process of pursuing damages, here is what you need to know. Why Is Your Settlement at Risk?

  • 4 Things To Do Before Leaving The Scene Of An Automotive Accident

    Many personal injury cases originate from an automotive collision. Still, immediately after a car accident, injured victims can make poor decisions that may badly influence their case. For instance, if an adjuster shows up on the scene and an accident victim haphazardly speaks to the adjuster without realizing the ramifications of his or her statements, the validity of the accident case can be compromised. The adjuster may ask a simple question about how the accident victim is feeling.

  • Two Tips To Help You Get The Most Money For Your Personal Injury Settlement

    When you've been injured as the result of the negligence of another party, it can be life changing.  You may miss days off of work, or even be so hurt that you can no longer earn a living.  Because of this, it's vital that you get as much money in your settlement as possible.  While the insurance company may make you think that the compensation amount is set in stone, there are things you can do to maximize your payout.

  • Four People You Need To Talk To Before You Submit Your Workers' Comp Claim

    Filing workers' compensation papers might seem easy when you start the process. You'll fill out some paperwork and wait to receive your money, right? That is what you may think, but if you don't take the right right actions, you may find that your claim is denied. There are four people who can help increases your chances of success; here's a list of the people you'll want to talk to before submitting your claim.

  • About Me

    injured by a malfunctioning saw

    What kind of injuries can you hold someone liable for? How severe do the injuries have to be? When my husband was injured by a faulty saw, we weren't sure what we were going to do. At that time, we didn't have any health insurance and had to try to come up with the money for emergency and long-term medial treatment. This created an impossible time for my family. My husband was out of work and we had medical bills piling up because a product that we paid a lot of money for malfunctioned and injured my husband. So, what can you do when this happens? Read through my blog.