We wanted to share a few of the kind words we've received from our clients...
Pursuing compensation in a wrongful death case is about helping survivors and dependents of the deceased cope with and recover from the tragic loss of a loved one. Survivor and dependent benefits cannot replace a life and a spirit that has been lost forever.
There are some jobs that have an added bit of risk...it's those that require employees to either work in inclement weather...or with wildlife/animals.
Sometime in the next day or two...casually bring up the company's workers' compensation policy with your employer. Ask them a question about it...and if their answer is along the lines of "I'm not sure", or "I'll have to look into it", well, you your employer might be a hopeless optimist who's idea of a safe day of work is "cross your fingers and hope nothing terrible happens."
What happened at an Ames business that resulted in a fatal work-related accident?
In a story out of New York...an employee of a nail salon suffered injuries after the sidewalk outside her workplace collapsed beneath her. She was preparing to open up the nail salon when the unexpected happened.
Workers injured in construction work, factories, and while working on a farm are unfortunately very common.
When factoring in proper compensation for a workers' injuries, it's imperative that you look long-term at how this injury will affect that workers' life.
When dealing with a job that involves the use of a crane...the utmost caution must be taken. Additional caution needs to be taken when it appears that the engineer hadn't received the necessary approval for the job.
Despite everyone knowing the dangers of texting while driving, people still do so. When you have been victimized by another driver's recklessness, you need professional assistance to best protect your rights.