Three Questions to Help Workers Seek Damages for Construction-Site Injuries

Posted on: 30 August 2016
How do construction workers get damages when injured at a construction site? The answer to this question depends on several factors that determine if you can file a personal-injury claim, workers compensation claim, or both. If you are suffering from such an injury, consider these three questions to help you gauge which claim to file. What Were You Doing? If you were working at the time of your fall, then you are entitled to workers compensation benefits.
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Charged With A DUI In Kentucky? Here's What You Need To Know

Posted on: 10 August 2016
All it takes is just one drink more than you should have and getting caught behind the wheel could mean serious problems. Being charged with driving while you are under the influence is a serious ordeal that could affect every aspect of your life. DUI laws can vary from state to state when it comes to what degree the charge could affect you. In the state of Kentucky, there are a few things you should know if you are facing a recent DUI charge.
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Don't Understand What Your Lawyer Is Doing? Take These Measures To Remedy The Situation

Posted on: 27 July 2016
In most cases, hiring a lawyer is the best way to resolve a legal dispute. However, once the lawyer starts working on your case, it's possible that you might be concerned with some of its (the case's) aspects or progress. For example, you may think that the case is moving slowly, you are losing the case, or the costs are escalating. Whether or not these are mere perceptions or realities, it's important to get to the route of the problem.
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4 Steps to Take after Being Injured on the Job

Posted on: 11 July 2016
Employers are typically required to carry worker's compensation insurance to cover the medical expenses and lost wages of an employee who is injured on the job. But in order to qualify for worker's compensation, you must follow protocol. If you're hurt at work, take the following steps. Notify Your Supervisor After being injured at work, it is important that you notify your supervisor as soon as possible. Your supervisor should fill out an accident report that outlines the details of how you were injured as well as the date and time of the injury.
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