Workers’ Comp Payouts Vary Wildly from State to State

Feb 09, 2016 | Personal Injury

As reported by NPR, the amount of compensation someone can expect to receive from a workplace injury varies a great deal from state to state. As the NPR story relates, two men who lived within...

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You May Already be a Victim of Auto Insurance Fraud

Feb 08, 2016 | Personal Injury

You may be driving around with phony auto insurance and not even know it – until you’re involved in an auto accident. As reported by, fake auto insurance policies are a growing problem. Most...

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Teamsters Sue Government for Better Trucker Safety Training

Feb 05, 2016 | Personal Injury

As reported by the New York Times, the Teamsters union and safety advocates have sued the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration seeking the implementation of long-overdue improved training requirements for commercial truck drivers. Advocates of...

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Have You Been the Victim of a Drunk Driver?

Feb 04, 2016 | Personal Injury

Personal injury claims involving a drunk or drugged driver have some special features. When a driver is convicted for driving under the influence (DUI) in criminal court, this can strengthen a civil claim for personal...

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Some Highway Guardrails May be Deadly in Accidents

Feb 02, 2016 | Personal Injury

The New York Times reports that faulty guardrails may be responsible for at least five deaths, and many injuries, in at least 14 accidents across the US. The injuries and deaths allegedly resulted when the...

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