Monthly Archives: May 2015

Heavy Trucks Can Cause Work Accidents On the Road

Heavy transport trucks are required to carry various levels of insurance coverage that is dependent on the nature of the materials being hauled. In truck collisions, it is common for leasing companies to fight over which company is responsible for compensating the victim. There are federal regulations in place to protect innocent victims by helping to ensure coverage. (more…)...
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The Complex Laws Around Workers’ Compensation

Accidents in the workplace are simply any injury a person sustains either at the workplace or performing specific duties on the job. This means you may be off the premises, but be performing work related duties for it to still be considered a work related accident.

How Often Do Workplace Accidents Happen?

The majority of a person's life will be spent working at their job and it is not uncommon for many people to experience some form of injury during that time. Although the majority of injuries sustained at the job, in fact, covers Queens Workers' Compensation, negligence from other causes requires the worker filing a personal injury claim. Many times the payout from these claims is very small, not covering all the expenses incurred by that injury.

Covered or Not Covered Under Queens Workers’ Compensation Laws in NY?

In the majority of states including New York, injured employees shall be covered and...
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Top 7 Things to Do When a Workplace Accident Happens

If you are involved in an accident at your workplace, don't panic. Instead, follow the steps below to ensure that you receive medical attention and cover yourself legally in compliance with Queens Workers' Compensation laws. 1. Get Medical Help Obviously getting medical attention is the top priority. Call an ambulance if needed and preform any first aid you can. If you need help from your coworkers, just ask. 2. Get a Lawyer Workplace accidents are no joke and a serious legal matter. Call us and get a work injury lawyer ASAP and so that we can negotiate the highest possible compensation for you. 3. Wait to Discuss Your Case Discuses your case with no one other than your lawyer. Lose lips sink ships after all. 4. Careful What You Sign Don't sign anything without first contacting your lawyer. This goes for medical papers too. 5. Track Your Expenses Make sure you're keeping track of all of your medical expenses....
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