Car accidents that involve injuries are not uncommon. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, on average, 6,465 injuries occur from car accidents each day. The most common form of car accidents are collisions at intersections. This can occur when another driver fails to yield or runs through a red light. Other forms of accidents involve lane changes, failure to provide enough assured clear distance, and single vehicle crashes that include a roadside object or even a pedestrian or cyclist. When an injury accident happens to you, it can be life-changing. An injury accident sets a string of events in motion that can lead to lengthy physical and mental stress. It will likely involve the police, medical personnel, the courts, and your employer. It can also lead to devastating financial losses. It is why it is so critical to get legal representation as quickly as possible following an injury accident. We are ready to help you today, call for an appointment.
When you’re on the job, you want to do an honest day’s work — not become injured. The workers’ compensation laws are here to provide help for those in need who have been hurt at work.
Whether you have been injured on the job, or you are suffering a job-related illness, workers’ compensation benefits can be crucial in providing for your medical and the general care of you and your family while you’re out of work. There are several different types of benefits that you may be entitled to receive including medical care and temporary and permanent disability benefits.
You may be able to recover benefits even if you are at fault for the injury.
There are complicated rules about the benefits you may receive and procedures for obtaining them. Vanover, Hall & Bartley has extensive experience in handling workers’ compensation claims, including those involving job-related accidents causing injuries, illnesses from repeated exposure to activities or substances at work, as well as claims for Intentional Misconduct on the part of employer.
It is important that you speak with one of our attorneys right away to protect your rights. Call now for a no-cost consultation.
Slip and Fall
The owner of a property is legally obligated to keep it reasonably safe for users. The circumstances that surround an injury that happens on a property owner’s premises need to be carefully evaluated to determine who is or is not responsible, and whether or not the hazard was or was not reasonably safe.
We have tried many slip and fall and premises cases to verdict, and have the necessary skills to properly resolve such a case. Call us today to set up an appointment.