Filing a Personal Injury Claim vs. Filing a Lawsuit: What Should You Do?
The term, lawsuit, is one of the most misunderstood words in the legal field. People often confuse lawsuits with claims, thinking that they are the same. However, it is important to make the distinction between filing a personal injury claim and filing a lawsuit that ends up in court.
Workers’ Compensation vs. Personal Injury: What’s the Difference?
An employee who is injured on the job may not receive the compensation they deserve because they are unaware of their legal options. In most cases, a worker will fill out an accident report, submit the paperwork, and draw workers’ compensation.
Legal & Medical Steps to Take Following a Traumatic Brain Injury
If you, your spouse, or a family member has been in an accident and suffered a head injury, we will like you to know that you are not alone. Also, we understand that such traumatic brain injuries can have a significant impact on your financial and mental health.
How to File a Personal Injury Claim in Colorado
One of life’s most painful and frightening experiences is getting involved in an accident. The entire experience can become even more stressful if the accident results in a personal injury that could affect your ability to work and accomplish essential day-to-day activities.
Do You Have a Colorado Personal Injury Case?
Were you recently in an auto or motorcycle accident? Or did you perhaps suffer some other personal injury? If so, you are probably coping with the injury while feeling overwhelming stress as you contact all the necessary insurance companies and juggle your mounting medical bills.
What to Do After Getting Rear-Ended in Colorado
Being rear-ended can be scary and emotional for everyone. Whether you were in the first car, second car, driver’s seat, or passenger’s seat, it can cause serious injuries that may take some time to recover. You may feel overwhelmed about what to do after your accident and injury, and you’re definitely not alone.
Harmful Medication Side Effects: Who to Sue
Every year, 4.5 million Americans report going to the emergency room or their physician for the reason of extreme, unexpected side effects from medication, according to a research done by the Federal Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. This may be caused by negligence on the part of either the manufacturer or your healthcare provider.
Third Party Claims for Construction Injuries
In 2017, three construction workers were killed by an oncoming vehicle while they were on the job. If you or a loved one has been injured or killed while working on a construction site, here is what you should know in regards to who you should take legal action against, how, and why.