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December 2016 Archives

Medical compensation benefits for a work-related injury

The Alabama Workers' Compensation Law allows for employees hurt on the job to receive compensation for life for the cost of their medical care relating to work-caused injuries. In order to qualify, the injury needs to be categorized as compensable, the treatment needs to be appropriate for the injury or illness and the medical care must be provided by a physician who is authorized.

Proving you're disabled to the Social Security Administration

Qualifying for Social Security disability insurance or Supplemental Security Income is not a done deal. It takes time and effort, and sometimes a little bit of ingenuity if the Social Security Administration decides to reject your claim. In fact, there is a little-known fact that filers for SSDI and SSI benefits need to know: Most claims for government benefits are denied.

What is necessary to prove negligence under dram shop laws?

If you have been a victim of a car accident that resulted from the actions of an intoxicated driver, you are likely facing high medical costs and other damages. While you are entitled to pursue financial relief through the civil judicial system by filing a personal injury claim against the driver, you may be concerned about that driver's ability to compensate you for the damages you suffered.

One person dead, one inured after Muscle Shoals crash

A sport utility vehicle crashed into the back of a large tractor-trailer on a recent Wednesday in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. The truck was hauling a big piece of equipment at the time of the collision. According to Alabama troopers, the crash was reported to 911 at 11:49 a.m.

Who is liable after a drunk driving car accident?

Injurious and fatal drunk driving accidents are not uncommon in North Alabama. In fact, over 40 percent of all traffic accident deaths are the direct result of intoxicated driving. This is a fact that every driver must face when he or she gets behind the wheel: There is no way to keep ourselves or are families 100 percent safe from being involved in a collision caused by an unlawful drunk driver.

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