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Proving My Innocence

One day when I was driving to work, my car was side swiped by another large vehicle. Although I was lucky enough to walk away from the incident, the other drivers weren't as lucky, and one of them actually passed away. Since I wasn't at fault, I wasn't too worried about defending myself, which is why I was shocked to learn that the other drivers were suing me. Fortunately, my accident attorney helped to prove my innocence, which saved me thousands of dollars in the long run. This blog is all about the importance of working with the right legal team and proving your innocence.


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When To Approach A Workers Compensation Lawyer

Nobody ever takes a job with the intention of getting injured doing it, but these unfortunate accidents and occurrences can happen. Whether it was due to negligence, an unsafe environment, or simply bad luck, dealing with the ramifications of a serious injury is difficult, to say the least. Knowing when you need to talk to a workers' compensation lawyer can be a bit of a tricky scenario, especially if you have no previous experience with the law. Here are a few things you should consider before you decide whether or not you need to talk to a workers' compensation lawyer.

Where Did The Injury Take Place?

If the injury took place on company property, then they are more likely to be liable for some sort of damages than if it didn't. However, that is not always the case, and there are quite a few notable exceptions. For example, if you work remotely but with company equipment, such as a truck driver, then you can still definitely get workers' compensation for any injuries sustained on the job that meet the criteria. Sometimes a build-up of stress and pain at work can lead to injuries outside of work, and that is also definitely applicable. If confused, always call a workers' compensation lawyer to double-check.

How Severe Is The Injury?

For minor injuries, workplaces will occasionally cover a little bit of pay and maybe some compensation to help get you back into the job as quickly as possible, even if you don't have insurance with them. When it comes to more serious injuries with prolonged care needs and deep trauma both mentally and physically, that is when many employers will try to avoid any sort of culpability. While you certainly can try to leverage some more compensation than you already got if you think you are owed it for smaller injuries, a workers compensation lawyer will be able to work far more proactively if you clearly have suffered a great deal and are not being well looked after.

Is The Company Trying To Get You To Sign Something?

If the company is promising some sort of help or compensation but wants you to sign anything, then you should always get a lawyer who specializes in this area to look at it first. In fact, whenever signing any contract or legal document, it is always a good idea to get someone who represents you but is more knowledgeable in this area to take a look at it. They will then walk you through the main points and let you know their opinion before allowing you to decide whether or not you want to go along with this or fight for more.