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Social Media Could Affect Your Personal Injury Claim, and Here's How Published in Attorney,Personal Injury on March 9, 2018.

These days, most people regularly use at least one form of social media. There is a correct way and an incorrect way to use social media platforms. Many people make the mistake of posting their entire life story on these websites, but this can be a big problem in many situations, including if they have a personal injury case pending.… READ MORE

Is it possible to change lawyers in the middle of a case? Published in Attorney on February 20, 2018.

There may be multiple reasons that you would want to change lawyers in the middle of the case. You may be frustrated with an attorney that doesn’t seem to be advocating for your best interests. It may be hard to get a hold of your lawyer. In some cases, the crux of your case might change and move out of… READ MORE

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  • Will You Get Denied if You Filed a Past Workers’ Compensation Claim?
    The prospect of being unable to work due to injury can be frightening. Many people can get quickly overwhelmed when trying to navigate the worker’s compensation process while worried about paying their bills and supporting their families. If you’ve had a prior workers’ compensation claim, you may be familiar with how the process works, but […]
  • Suffering Serious Burn Injuries On the Job
    Burn injuries suffered at work are more common than you might think. A serious burn injury can leave you unable to work for weeks, months, or possibly even years. In addition to treatment and recovery, you will also need to figure out how to replace your lost income and get compensation for your medical expenses. […]
  • Workers’ Compensation after Workplace Violence
    Workplace violence poses a serious threat to many members of the workforce across the country. From a simple assault to gun violence, the injuries employees suffer can leave them unable to pay their bills or support their families. If you’re the victim of workplace violence, you are probably feeling overwhelmed and unsure of what to […]
  • What does “Maximum Medical Improvement” Mean in Your Workers’ Compensation Case?
    Workers’ compensation is provided by employers intended to pay benefits to employees injured at work, regardless of who was at fault. If you’ve been injured and unable to work, workers’ compensation can cover your lost income and pay your medical expenses. Unfortunately, the process can be somewhat complicated and difficult to understand.  At Nelson & […]