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Archive, February 2018.

Work is an essential part of a person’s life, allowing them to earn an income and provide for their family. When someone is injured at work, they have the right to receive workers’ compensation to pay for their medical bills and provide for their needs when they are unable to earn an income during their recovery. If an employee’s inability to work is expected to only last for a short time, they may be eligible for either temporary partial disability (TPD) or temporary total disability (TTD), and it is important to understand what is provided in these forms of compensation.
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Being involved in a car accident at any time of the year can be a very scary experience. During the winter, slippery roads and conditions that reduce visibility make car accidents more likely to occur. Even for the most experienced drivers, driving in inclement weather can be hazardous. If the driver is a teenager, then he or she must use extra precaution while on the roads, as a lack of experience behind the wheel can lead to a dangerous or even fatal collision.
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When you receive medical treatment, you put a great deal of trust in your doctor. Unfortunately, there are far too many cases where individuals have been seriously injured or killed because of a misdiagnosis or other medical error by their doctors. To decrease the likelihood of medical malpractice, it is best to choose a doctor who will give you their undivided attention and listen to your questions and concerns.
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Sexual assault is an experience that no one wants to go through, and victims of assault will experience a great deal of emotional and physical pain. Sexual assault and harassment are a major concern in the workplace, and if an individual has experienced this type of unacceptable behavior, they should understand that they are not alone and take steps to address the situation. 
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Making a difference in the lives of people is why our law firm exists. A striking example of that commitment is the recent work of Mark Masur and Pat Flaherty. Following an intense five year battle, they obtained a life-changing award for a construction worker who suffered brain damage after being struck by a train. The award will allow the worker and his family to rebuild their lives and to enjoy a secure and stable future. For us, few things compare to the satisfaction of righting wrongs and renewing the human spirit. Congratulations to Mark and Pat for standing tall. Justice is seldom…