Your mail box, your TV, and your phone book are full of advertising by law firms to be the best firm to handle your personal injury or wrongful death claim. In the “old days,” such promotion did not exist as law firms were not legally allowed to advertise their services to injury or wrongful death victims or their families. As a result, clients found their way to a good firm simply by word of mouth from other satisfied clients.
https://www.sbe-law.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/background.png4471499Jean J. Brownhttps://sbe-law.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Schott-Bublitz-Engel0d67-300x66.pngJean J. Brown2016-12-08 03:51:562020-04-13 20:02:59Selecting the Right Attorney For Your Personal Injury or Wrongful Death Case – Part 1
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Clients are always surprised and frustrated to learn that the jury is not allowed to hear that the other driver was issued a traffic ticket—often for following too close or inattentive driving in a rear-end collision, or for disregarding a traffic signal in an intersection collision. Almost always, such evidence will be excluded by the judge at a jury trial.
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The short and simple answer is that you should tell your supervisor how you got hurt and then go see your doctor, or if it cannot wait, go to the nearest urgent care or hospital. Tell the doctor what happened when you get there. The employer should be filling out a report of injury, not the worker. If you are hurt, your focus is on getting better and getting back to work, not filling out the employer’s injury report form.
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