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What is "Emotional Distress?"

If you are wondering what it means to recover damages for "emotional distress," you are not alone. Emotional distress is one of the more difficult types of injuries to prove. A psychological injury is not as obvious as a broken bone that appears on an x-ray, but you still have a legal right to recover damages for the harm you have suffered.

How does a Prior Personal Injury Lawsuit Impact my Current Lawsuit?

If you have been injured by the negligence of another party and you are considering filing a personal injury lawsuit, it is important to inform your legal counsel of any other prior injury suits you have filed. The attorney for the defendant will make a discovery request for information regarding any previous personal injury lawsuits you have been (or are currently) a party to. All lawsuits are a matter of public record, so this information can be accessed by other parties at the court clerk's office as well, so you are better off being honest and forthright in your disclosures.

Workplace Injuries: Prevent Heat Illness this Summer

Summertime is just around the corner, which means hot temperatures will be here soon. If you will be working outside in hot and humid weather, you should take precautions to avoid developing heat illness.

Social Security Disability Claims: What is the "Onset Date?"

If you are applying for disability benefits, you must be prepared to answer the question of when you became disabled. In other words, what was the "onset date?" Social Security will use the onset date throughout the course of your disability claim.

Common Workplace Injuries

Injuries in the workplace occur every day. Whether it is a slip and fall in an office or a severe laceration at a construction site, you may be entitled to workers' compensation benefits. The U.S. Department of Labor keeps track of the types of on the job injuries that are reported and how frequently they occur. Below are some of the most common workplace injuries:

Tips for Preventing Accidents with Big-Rig Trucks

Big-rig trucks can cause devastating injuries to the drivers and passengers in other vehicles in an accident. Due to their size, weight and the force they generate, 18-wheeler trucks can be extremely dangerous. If you are in a collision with a large commercial truck, you should confer with a personal injury attorney to understand who are the various parties that may be liable for your damages suffered.

What you should do after a Traffic Accident

If you have ever been involved in a traffic accident, you know how disorienting it can be. Most people thing they know how they will react, but when it is actually happening to you it can send you into a state of shock. Although your injuries may be apparent, it is essential to understand that many serious injuries take time to appear. In fact, when you are in shock or experiencing a rush of adrenaline, the pain can be masked. Many accident victims suffer significant injuries but do not feel the symptoms until hours to days after the wreck occurred.

What you need to Know About Big-Rig Truck Accidents

When you are driving on Georgia's highways, you must be constantly aware of the presence of 18-wheeler commercial trucks. While the trucking system serves an essential role in our country's economy and provides jobs for thousands of individuals, they also present a serious danger to smaller vehicles sharing the road with them.

The Do's and Don'ts after an Accident

When you are involved in an accident, it can be overwhelming, especially if you or somebody you love is injured. Vehicle crashes occur every day, but it is shocking when it happens to you. Many accident victims do not know what to do or how to protect themselves in the aftermath of a wreck.

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