You Can Get A DUI While Sleeping In Your Vehicle

Imagine you're out on the town and you wind up having a few too many drinks. You're still aware of the risks and penalties that come with driving while intoxicated, so you decide to sleep it off in your car until the morning. Nevertheless, there's still a good chance that you could wake up to a DUI charge. To keep this from happening to you, you'll want to read up on the following information. [Read More]

Three Reasons Why Your Workers' Comp Claim May Be Denied

Workers' compensation is designed so that employees can get expenses related to injuries from on-the-job accidents paid for regardless of who may be at fault for the incident. However, that doesn't mean your claim will automatically be approved for benefits. Here are three reasons why your workers' comp claim may be denied and what you can do to avoid this situation. Your Employer May Object One common reason why a workers' comp claim may be denied is when employers file disputes against claims. [Read More]

What To Do When A Job Supervisor Instructs You To Lie About Your Injury

If you become injured on the job, you should report the incident to your supervisor as soon as possible in order to qualify for workers compensation. But if your supervisor refuses to document the incident and asks you to lie about your injury, you may wonder if it's the right thing to do. If you don't report your injury in a timely manner, or at all, you won't receive the medical care and financial support you need to recover. [Read More]

Slip-And-Fall Accidents Caused By Unknown Fluids: 3 Ways To Establish Fault Through Samples And Photographs

Slip-and-fall accidents are one of the most common types of personal injury claims, as slip-and-fall accidents can lead to serious injuries. In fact, data has indicated that slip-and-fall accidents are responsible for a little over 40% of all spinal injuries. If your slip-and-fall accident was caused by unknown slippery fluids on the surface of the floor, a sample of the fluid, along with photographs of the scene, can be a crucial evidence used in your case. [Read More]