If you have been injured at work and have been declared disabled, you might have considered filing for Social Security Disability but dismissed the idea because you or your employer already have a disability insurance policy that will compensate you. The reality is that you would typically be better off with Social Security Disability if you can qualify. Here's a look at a few of the reasons why Social Security Disability is a better option.
18 January 2021
Working at a construction site brings many safety concerns. Fire and electrical hazards present risks. The weather and environment could also raise worries. Anyone tasked with a dangerous job might find things become even more stressful when concerned about co-workers' unprofessional behavior. Bullying and horseplay might increase the potential hazards associated with constructing a building. If injured due to a co-worker's negligence, an injured person may file a civil suit to recover losses.
14 January 2021
Most car accident injury cases end up in a settlement. Both parties agree on a reasonable compensation amount based on various factors such as liability, claim value, and evidence. However, sometimes the parties involved may fail to agree during the negotiation process. As an injured party, you can opt to wait out the process or sue. But how do you determine the choice that's best for your case? Below are some factors to consider before taking your case to trial.
5 January 2021