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How Will Ohio’s New Subrogation Law Affect Personal Injury Claims?

Posted by on July 22, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on How Will Ohio’s New Subrogation Law Affect Personal Injury Claims?

If you live or work in Ohio, you may not give much thought to what your auto insurance covers, or how your insurance policy interacts with other drivers’ policies — until you’re involved in an accident. Suffering physical injuries due to another driver’s negligent or reckless driving can leave you with bills to pay and decisions to make regarding your best course of action, particularly if the driver who hit you was under insured. However, a recent change to the way insurance subrogation works in Ohio could affect...

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Injured By An Aggressive Driver? What Are Your Options?

Posted by on July 15, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Injured By An Aggressive Driver? What Are Your Options?

Aggressive driving is not only aggravating for those being tailgated, cut off, or otherwise harassed, but can also be dangerous and cause accidents. In fact, 15 states have enacted laws or regulations prohibiting aggressive driving and prescribing civil and other statutory penalties for those whose actions lead to a traffic stop or accident. If you’re injured by an aggressive driver, you may be wondering about your next steps to help punish the offender and make yourself whole. Read on to learn more about the treatment of aggressive...

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Suicide And Injuries From Suicide Attempts May Be Covered By Workers’ Comp

Posted by on July 10, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Suicide And Injuries From Suicide Attempts May Be Covered By Workers’ Comp

In general, workers’ compensation only pays for injuries sustained from accidents that occur in the workplace. This type of insurance typically will not pay benefits to employees or their family members if the employees commit suicide—or hurt themselves during the attempt—while on the job. However, there is an exception to this rule. Here’s what you need to know about this exception and what’s required to collect benefits in this situation. Workers’ Comp and Suicide Injuries Workers’ compensation will pay...

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Getting The Most From Personal Injury Claims: What To Do If There Was A Pre-Existing Injury

Posted by on July 8, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Getting The Most From Personal Injury Claims: What To Do If There Was A Pre-Existing Injury

Personal injury accidents are quite common. According to the National Center for Health Statistics, over 31 million Americans suffer an injury each year that requires medical attention. Many people involved in a personal injury case will be dealing with injuries that worsened a pre-existing condition or situation. If this happens to pertain to you, it is important to fully understand your responsibilities and rights in these situations. Speaking with a personal injury attorney can prove to be beneficial as a result. Limit Your Liability by...

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