Do businesses have an obligation to those who have never been at a worksite? Courts have split on the issue, which will likely be raised in new lawsuits alleging that negligence led workers to become ill and pass on the COVID-19 virus to family...Read more
The Risks of Buying Cheap Auto Insurance
Auto insurance companies profit billions due to driver’s buying cheap insurance. Its a fact of life in the 21st century. Everyone is doing it and online shopping has made it worst with competitive pricing. But the real question is, can you...Read more
Did Driver’s Negligence Result in Your Motorcycle Accident?
Motorcycle drivers face numerous dangers when on the road, and they are more likely to collide with other vehicles and receive severe injury or lose their lives in the process. Unfortunately, many of these accidents are due to the negligence of...Read more
When To Pursue Bad Faith Insurance Claims
When an insurance company has denied coverage, is unwilling to provide a settlement and similar matters, an insurance company may be involved in bad faith claims. This means the carrier is attempting to get out of providing entitled monetary...Read more
Hit An Animal With Your Car?
Collisions with animals are a real danger for many drivers. In fact, 629 people were injured and four killed in accidents involving animals on US roads in 2019, according to the latest government figures. car accidents caused by animals These...Read more
Car Accidents Involving Animals, Who’s At Fault?
Depending on where you live, you may see deer and other wild animals grazing by the side of the road, nearby field, wooded area or open highway. Unfortunately, these animals do not stop to see if there are any cars coming before they run across...Read more
Did You Lose Your Health Insurance Because of the Coronavirus? Here’s What To Do
More than 26 million people filed unemployment claims with the U.S. Department of Labor over the five-week period ending April 18. This unprecedented number of filings may climb if more businesses lay off workers as the economic fallout from the...Read more
Workers Fearful of the Coronavirus Are Getting Fired and Losing Their Benefits
Thousands who refuse to return to work are being reported to the state to have their unemployment benefits potentially revoked. After scraping by for weeks on unemployment checks and peanut butter sandwiches, Jake Lyon recently received the call...Read more
Telecommunting: Is It a Reasonable Accommodation During COVID-19?
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, working from home has become the new normal for many employees. But many businesses are also pushing to return to normal, even in areas where the outbreak still isn’t contained. Many workers are facing...Read more
5 Tips For Injured Workers
Unlike other more sophisticated clients, representing injured workers can be uniquely challenging. Every worker who comes into your office is hurt, scared, broke and doesn’t do paperwork well. Every worker who comes into your office has...Read more
Can You Be Fired for Filing a Workers’ Compensation Claim?
Workers’ compensation provides no-fault insurance benefits to employees who suffer injuries or illnesses as a result of job-related incidents. Under the workers’ compensation system, employees or their dependents are entitled to medical...Read more
Association’s Response to COVID-19
Message From The President “Where Trial Lawyers Come Together” has been used as a way to describe our organization. Those words are especially important as our members and clients go through these difficult and uncertain times. The...Read more