Legal Articles, Personal Injury

How to get the ball rolling with a workers' compensation claim

How to begin a workers' compensation claim.

Is Work-Related Stress and Anxiety Covered by Workers Compensation in Missouri?

In the state of Missouri, workers’ compensation laws include mental injuries in the list of injuries that can be covered.

Insurance Coverage For Business Interruption Due to Coronavirus

Do you have coverage for lost business under your general liability policy's business interruption provisions?

What to Bring to Your Free Consultation with an Auto Accident Lawyer

Victims of car accidents often have to deal with physical and emotional pain. They worry about the time they have to miss from work and the financial strain medical bills may put on their lives. Unfortunately, a lot of them disregard the help of a lawyer thinking that they can't afford one.

What To Expect During Your a Consultation With a Car Accident Attorney

Your best shot at getting full compensation in a car accident claim is to work with an experienced car accident injury lawyer.

Tesla Autopilot Crash Investigation Opens Door for Product Liability Claims

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) released a report on February 25, 2020, that found that the human error in the fatal crash of 2018 involving a Tesla Model X P100D was foreseeable. This potentially takes the defense of user error and makes it a grounds for liability as an anticipated misuse of the product.

Minnesota’s New Hands-Free Law

On August 1, 2019, Minnesota’s new Hands-Free Law went into effect on Minnesota roads. 

Why and How You Should Document Your Injuries After a Car Accident

If you've been in a car accident, then you should know that one of the most important first steps to take is to start documenting your injuries. This is not only important for your health and well-being, but it will help you build a strong case that the insurance company cannot deny.

Wernicke-Korsakoff Syndrome: A Little-Known Risk of Gastric Bypass Surgery

Wernicke-Korsakoff Syndrome is a condition that can develop following failure to consume sufficient Vitamin B. This can happen after a gastric bypass surgery. Knowing what to watch for can prevent it.

Zantac may cause cancer

Zantac, a well known, drug to treat stomach acid was recalled last year by its manufacturers over concerns that it may cause cancer. A bi-product of the drug is a chemical called N-Nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA). NDMA is a known carcinogen. In fact, it is a drug used to induce tumors in animals for scientific experiments. It has no business being in the human body. The FDA has a limit of the amount of NDMA consumable per day in the human body and Zantac grossly exceeds this limit. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer after using Zantac, please consult with an experienced attorney to discuss your rights.

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