Taking Action For A Pressure Cooker Injury

Posted on: 28 June 2019

There is no doubt about it – pressure cookers are convenient and quick ways to cook food. These appliances have gained a new following recently and are touted as being far safer than the old models that sat on the stove top. Unfortunately, new electric pressure cooker appliances are not necessarily safer than the old ones and some models have been known to malfunction. If you or someone you care about has been hurt by a pressure cooker, read on to find out more.
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When You Are Hurt As A Passenger In A Car Accident

Posted on: 24 May 2019

Car accident injuries can result in a permanent disability, leaving you unable to work or enjoy life as you once did. While it is clear who you file a personal injury claim against when you are one driver in a two-car accident, it is less obvious who will be the defendant in a case when you are the passenger. If you are seriously injured, you will need to take a careful look at who was at fault for the accident and decide if you have a viable claim to be compensated by the insurance provider of the drivers involved.
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How A Defense Attorney Can Help You Effectively Respond To A DUI Charge

Posted on: 24 April 2019

Everyone makes mistakes on the road at some point. One of the more serious automotive charges you could face is a DUI. If you're facing this charge and are looking for assistance, contact a DUI defense attorney. They can help you manage this stressful situation in several ways.  Assess the Strength of Your Case For a DUI defense attorney to know what tactics to implement with your case, they must first assess the strength of your case.
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Injured At Work? 4 Workers Compensation Mistakes That Can Cost You Dearly

Posted on: 15 March 2019

Work-related injuries are no laughing matter. In fact, work-related injuries can affect every aspect of your life. Workers compensation is there to help you recover from those injuries. However, you need to avoid mistakes when applying for those benefits. Here are four such mistakes that you should avoid. Avoid Delays in Reporting Injuries If you've been injured on the job, you need to file a report immediately. You may be tempted to wait and see if the injuries get better, but that's the worst thing you can do.
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