Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI), also called a concussion, is a common occurrence when someone is injured in a car accident. The term 'mild' can be very misleading, however, as it refers only to the extent of the physical injury and not the emotional and cognitive complications that can occur as a result of this type of head trauma. Symptoms can be quite varied, and may also have a delayed onset of days, or even weeks after the accident, so it is vitally important that anyone involved in an accident seek medical attention even if they appear to be functioning normally. [Read More]
Not Sure If Your Injury Is VA Claim-Worthy?
Not all Veterans Affairs (VA) disability claims are for missing limbs or devastating mental issues. Every issue that affects you ability to work, live or simply exist is worthy of compensation, and with the amazingly high budget of the VA, you're not taking away from other veterans. Take a look at what can be considered a valid claim with the VA, and don't leave money or help on the table to go unused. [Read More]
3 Tips For Obtaining Workers' Compensation
If you've had the unfortunate bad luck of being hurt at work, this can make for a stressful time in your life. The challenges of physically recovering can be long and expensive at the same time. Being faced with medical bills that are nearly impossible to pay is sure to contribute even more to your elevated anxiety levels. The most efficient way for you to get back your healthy and financial feet is by receiving workers' compensation from your employer. [Read More]
Veterans! Don't Let A Denied Claim Get You Down
Veterans Affairs (VA) disability claims are a major part of transitioning to civilian life for many veterans. Especially in a time of war with many more combat veterans and demanding labor jobs going at full force, the number of claims can mean long wait times and a seemingly high frequency of denials. The VA knows that mistakes happen, so keep in mind that you can appeal as much as you want. [Read More]