Posts made in September 2020

How to Report Your Work Accident: Tips from a Workers’ Comp Attorney

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After an accident occurs in the workplace, several thoughts might start running through your head. Did anyone see that? Was that my fault? How did that happen? Who should I tell? Asking yourself these questions is definitely the right thing to do, but a workers’ comp attorney would caution you to do one critical thing first: Report it.

If you have had an accident at work but do not follow the correct reporting steps, you could lose your workers’ compensation claim and not be compensated fairly for your injuries.

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Do I Need a Dash Cam, or Just a Skilled Truck Accident Attorney in Marietta?

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Have you ever found yourself scrolling endlessly through addicting dash-cam videos on Facebook or Instagram? If so, you have probably wondered whether you should get one of your own. In the event of an accident with a truck or other vehicle, you will want to have every piece of evidence possible to absolve you of any responsibility, so picking up a dash cam might not be a bad idea. With or without one, a good truck accident attorney in Marietta will be able to help fight your case.

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Look Out Labor Day – Personal Injury Lawsuits & the Holidays

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We all know the feeling – bags packed, sunscreen covered, cooler stocked – all the perfect beginnings to a relaxing holiday weekend. However, with the joy and festivities holidays bring often comes a greater potential for an accident. Whether it’s challenging seasonal weather, like black ice, parties which put drunk drivers on the road, or just the sheer number of people on the highway for holiday travel, it’s no wonder we often see a rise in personal injury lawsuits around the holidays.

Avoid becoming another statistic and remain vigilant to any possible injury-inducing situations or activities while on vacation.

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