Our personal injury attorney will explain a personal injury claim for defamation, a type of claim that does not involve actual physical injury
The devastation that the last couple of months, with hurricane after hurricane plaguing our country has brought to light a potential type of Workers Comp claim that clients may need to consider. There are several different types of workers that may be called upon to respond to the aftermath of a hurricane-ravaged city or town. [ ] The post Potential Workers Comp Claims for Post-Hurricane Workers appeared first on Cottrell Law Office | Arkansas Personal Injury Attorney.
A critical part of the medical evidence you need to provide in support of your social security disability claim is your physician’s medical opinion. In order to adequately prepare for your disability hearing, it is important that you obtain supportive statements from the physicians who treated you in the past. To be effective, your physician [ ] The post Not Every Health Care Provider Can Help Your Social Security Disability Claim appeared first on Cottrell Law Office | Arkansas Personal Injury Attorney.
You may not realize it but there are a number of states that have enacted “stand your ground” laws when it comes to self-defense from injury. Missouri is one of those states. Other states provide some form of civil immunity under specific self-defense situations, including Arkansas. So, what effect might these laws have on a [ ] The post How Do “Stand Your Ground” Laws Affect Personal Injury Claims? appeared first on Cottrell Law Office | Arkansas Personal Injury Attorney.
The Social Security Administration will make an initial determination on your disability claim based solely on the information you provide in your application. If you have a diagnosis of lupus, filing a successful claim may be more challenging. You need a Joplin disability lawyer to help you from the start or you may not be [ ] The post A Joplin Disability Lawyer Can Help with Disability Claims for Lupus appeared first on Cottrell Law Office | Arkansas Personal Injury Attorney.
September 20, 2017 proved to be a dangerous day for construction workers in Manhattan. Three construction workers fell from skyscrapers in two separate incidents on the same day, leaving two dead and one injured. All three men fell from extreme heights while working on the construction of high-rises in Manhattan. If you or someone you [ ] The post Two Separate Construction Accidents on the Same Day in Manhattan appeared first on Cottrell Law Office | Arkansas Personal Injury Attorney.