3 Things That Can Hurt Your Personal Injury Case

Few things are as traumatic as a car accident. If someone else causes the accident, that makes it even worse. Unfortunately, it can be difficult to get the responsible party to pay you the compensation you are owed. If that happens to you, you will need to file a personal injury claim in court. Here are three things that can hurt your case. 1. No fault car insurance laws. In several states, the law requires all drivers to carry no fault car insurance. Read More 

Zen And The Importance Of Motorcycle Maintenance

If you're familiar with the book Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance, you know that the book is about neither Zen Buddhism nor motorcycles. It is a life instruction book about the importance of blending technology with soul. As an avid motorcyclist, your ride is your soul, but if you forget about the importance of maintaining it, you're jeopardizing not only your bike, but your life and the lives of others. Read More 

What Could Changes To Missouri’s Helmet Law Mean For You In An Accident?

If you're a motorcycle enthusiast who prefers not to wear a helmet while riding, you may be excited to learn that the Missouri House of Representatives has recently passed a bill intended to repeal the state's helmet law. If signed into law, this bill will allow Missouri riders who are over age 21 to choose whether or not to wear a helmet. However, this repeal may not be good news if you're injured while riding and attempt to file a lawsuit against the driver who struck you. Read More 

Factors That Determine Whether You Can Receive LTD Insurance Benefits While Working

Many people who are injured and need long-term disability (LTD) insurance benefits find that there are a few income-generating activities they can still do. If you are such a person, then you should know that working may affect your right to collect LTD benefits. Here are three factors that may determine whether you can work and continue collecting your benefits: The Type of Policy You Have There are two main types of policies that cater for long term disability insurance benefits. Read More 

When Should You Hire A Workers’ Compensation Lawyer?

When you're injured at work and can no longer work because of it, workers' compensation is there to help. Yet, the process of applying can often be an arduous task, depending on whether or not your employer decides to work with you. In these sensitive cases, hiring an attorney might be your best bet to safeguard your future. Here are some reasons to hire a lawyer when making a workers' compensation claim. Read More