2 Important Things To Know About Worker's Compensation


No matter your line of work, chances are there is always a risk of a workplace injury at some point. Thankfully, most all businesses are required by law to carry Workman's Compensation insurance for employees. If you are hurt while doing your work duties, you will receive benefits from your employer's insurance. The following are some things you need to know about Worker's Compensation: How Much Money Will You Get?

29 December 2018

The Aftermath Of A Truck Accident: What You Can Expect From Your Lawyer


Were you recently in a truck accident? You may have been operating a vehicle on the road when another vehicle suddenly slammed into you. Depending on the type of injuries you sustained, you may not remember much after the accident occurred. Many people experience feelings of pure shock and panic in the aftermath of the accident that can make it even more difficult to figure out what happened. Although you may not know the exact details of the accident simply because you cannot remember them, it is still important to hire a truck accident lawyer, like one from Snyder & Wenner, P.

12 October 2016

Police Officer Caused Your Car Accident? 4 Things You Need to Do


If a police car is not rushing to a crime scene or an accident and an officer hit your car, the incident is treated much like any other car accident. However, there are some things that are different. Keep reading just in case you are in an accident like this. Get the Right Information Immediately following the accident, ask the officer their name and badge number, and then write this information down or put it into your smartphone.

29 July 2016

Four Ways to Prepare for a Win in Court


Having to deal with a lawsuit is something that nobody ever wants to face. However, it happens sometimes, even when the people being sued aren't at fault in any way. After a car wreck, you may be sued for damages and need to get an accident lawyer even if you know the crash was not your fault. The court is designed to help reveal the truth by requiring evidence and allowing multiple people to oversee the fairness of the case.

22 July 2016

5 Tips For Filing A Public Slip And Fall Claim


If you have slipped and fallen in a public area because of poor sidewalk construction or because of some other obstruction that you weren't able to avoid, you should consider filing a slip and fall claim, which would also be known as a personal injury claim. Here are five tips for doing this: Report Injury to the Owner of the Property: Since the accident has taken place on public property, it can be difficult to determine who the owner of the property is.

30 June 2016

4 Tips For Avoiding Auto Accidents


The likelihood of getting into an auto accident is high from a statistical standpoint, as there are countless wrecks every year. It is critical to do all that you can to avoid getting into an accident because 1.3 million people are killed globally in such crashes on an annual basis and another 20–50 million sustain some sort of injury. If you want to do your best to avoid getting into a car accident, consider these guidelines below and apply them to decrease the chance of getting into an auto wreck.

20 May 2016

Understanding How An Auto Accident Can Involve Multiple Negligent Parties


One thing that can make a huge difference in an auto accident case is how many parties there are to blame for the accident. Even what may seem like a cut-and-dry auto accident involving you and another person, can actually involve far more entities. Often, it takes the expertise of an auto accident attorney to figure it all out. Negligence Isn't Always What You Think Usually, an auto accident case depends on proving negligence.

10 May 2016