Cleveland Personal Injury Blog
How to Take Car Accident Aftermath Photos
A car accident – even a minor fender bender – is shocking and frightening. The first action to take is to seek emergency medical care if any individual in either vehicle has been injured, by calling 911. When the police arrive, be respectful and honest in answering questions, without admitting fault – leave the accident investigation up to the professionals.
Can I Afford a Personal Injury Lawyer?
In cases of serious injuries, the need for an experienced personal injury lawyer cannot be overstated. Insurance companies are not humanitarian organizations. They are in business to make a profit. Reducing the cost of insurance settlements benefits the bottom line of these companies, and various strategies are used to pay out as little as possible. The injured and their families do not have the legal experience to correctly value a personal injury claim and could accept a settlement offer that is far, far lower than they deserve.
I have been injured at work, now what?
Notify Your Employer
If you have been injured at work, it is important to follow the following steps. First, report the injury immediately to your employer. It is important to document your injury as soon as possible. Even if the injury may seem minor, it is important to document it immediately as it may be an injury that lingers for longer then expected. We see many clients that have their claims denied because they waited too long to report their injury to their employer.
Drowsy Driving Is Even More Dangerous Than You Think
According to new research, tired drivers are responsible for nearly one out of every 10 auto crashes. The risk is even higher during nighttime hours.
Carfax estimates more than 57 million vehicles on U.S. roads right now have open, unfixed recalls. That’s more than one in five.
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