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Year: 2016

What to Do If Your Workplace Injury Claim is Denied

August 4, 2016 | Workplace Injuries

From your point of view, the outcome of your workplace injury claim should be a no-brainer. You were at work. You were injured while performing your job duties. It sounds like an open-and-shut case. Not so fast. Insurers are going to be looking for any tiny loophole they can find to find a reason to…

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Common Scaffolding Accidents and How to Avoid Them

July 21, 2016 | Workplace Injuries

According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), scaffolding accidents account for more than 50 deaths and thousands of injuries per year. The most common types of scaffolding accidents include:   Planking or support structure collapse Slipping on a wet or slick surface Getting hit by an unsecured object that falls to the ground…

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Texas Oil Field Injuries in the News

June 15, 2016 | Personal Injury Claims

With drilling taking place on land and offshore, Texas oil field injuries are in the news with almost numbing regularity. Each accident is an example of how better training and well-maintained equipment could mean the difference between health or disability, or life or death. A few recent examples: An oil field worker in Midland County…

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Should You Accept a Car Wreck Settlement or Go to Court?

May 23, 2016 | Auto Accidents

If you’ve done your due diligence—hiring the right lawyer, getting injuries treated, refusing to be rushed—the decision whether to accept a car wreck settlement should be relatively easy. Evaluating When to Take the Settlement While it’s possible to get a fair deal in a car wreck settlement, you should know what you’re doing—and what to…

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