Three Questions Hurt Truck Drivers Ask About Personal Injury Lawsuits And Workers’ Compensation

A truck driver recently reached out to us and asked three questions: What is the difference between Workers Compensation and Personal Injury         cases? Can you have both types going at the same time? How do you file a civil (Personal Injury) suit? These are important questions we often get from hurt truck [...]

Shoulder, Elbow, and Wrist Injuries Are Painful Injuries That Prevent Truckers From Working

Shoulder, elbow and wrist injuries (often referred to upper extremity injuries) are common among professional truck drivers.  The injuries can be terribly painful and can make working as a professional truck driver impossible.  For example, a trucker with a torn rotator cuff or nerve damage or impingement in the wrist or elbow may be unable [...]

Trucking Companies Are Required To Pay For Medical Care For Truckers Injured In Work Related Accidents

Hurt truck drivers often face overwhelming obstacles in receiving medical care.  Trucking companies often fire truckers who are injured and cannot work.  When fired, the truck driver loses employment benefits, including health insurance benefits.  The trucker can retain health insurance coverage for a period of time by paying for COBRA benefits, but those benefits are [...]

Social Media Can Damage Personal Injury and Workers’ Compensation Claims

Our technology blog this week focuses on the impact (sometimes negative) that social media can have on your personal injury or workers’ compensation claim.  Social Media Mistakes Can Damage Personal Injury and Workers Comp CasesThe internet has changed the way we live our lives in innumerable ways.  Information is more accessible than at any time [...]