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Best Personal Injury Resources on the Web

Sustaining a serious injury can have devastating and long-term impacts on your life. If your injury is due to the fault of another, such as a motor vehicle accident or a medical error, you may be able to recover compensation to cover your medical expenses and lost wages. There is a lot of conflicting information online about what to do or not do after an injury. I searched through the overwhelming mountains of advice to compile a list of some of the best personal injury resources you can find on the web.

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Recovering From a Car Accident

Recovering From a Car Accident

Being involved in a motor vehicle collision can be a frightening experience, and many are overcome by shock and are unsure of what to do. In addition to providing the steps to take after a collision, this car accident resource goes over the damages you can recover, the mistakes to avoid, and how to deal with insurance companies. It also debunks common car accident myths and answers some of the frequently asked questions.

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Defective Toys & Products For Children

Defective Toys & Products For Children

Unfortunately, thousands of children are injured each year in the United States by defective toys and other products. This resource goes over the basics of product liability, the types of toys that are most likely to cause injuries, and how a defective product case can be proven.

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Work Injury FAQ

Work Injury FAQ

If you’ve been injured in the workplace, and are wondering how to find a doctor and file a claim, this Workers’ Compensation resource is for you. It also includes information on returning to work, whether your employer can fire you for filing a claim, and what compensation is available. It even provides information on specific situations such as being assaulted or contracting coronavirus in the workplace.

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Rideshare Accidents

Rideshare Accidents

If you get injured as a passenger in an Uber or Lyft, who do you seek compensation from? The platform, the driver, or their insurance company? This rideshare accident resource provides advice on what to do and how to recover damages. It also provides accident statistics and information about the differences between the two platforms.

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Mesothelioma, Lung Cancer, and Asbestos

Mesothelioma, Lung Cancer, and Asbestos

If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer due to asbestos exposure, you definitely want to check out this Mesothelioma resource. Power plant and shipyard workers can develop asbestos-related diseases years after their exposure. This resource includes information about the symptoms and diagnosis of Mesothelioma and related diseases, as well as options for filing claims for compensation.

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The Jones Act Claim Information Center

The Jones Act Claim Information Center

The Jones Act was passed in 1970 to set liability standards for injured seamen across the country. This comprehensive Jones Act resource was created to help maritime workers and their families understand their legal rights, and what to do if a claim is disputed.

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Serious and Catastrophic Injuries

Serious and Catastrophic Injuries

A motor vehicle collision, bad fall, or work injury can leave one with life-changing injuries such as injuries to the head or spinal column, vision or hearing loss, serious burns and amputations. This catastrophic injury resource provides information on the injuries that can occur and the damages that can be recovered.