Category Archives: Auto Accidents

Ways You Can Accidentally Make Your Injuries Worse

If you have been injured, you may want to get back on your feet as soon as you can. It can be frustrating to have to cut down on your physical activities or even spend several days or weeks in bed as you heal. However, not doing this can result in making your injuries worse, […]

  • Posted on: Aug 30 2021
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Ride-Sharing Services and Auto Accidents: What You Need to Know

Ride-sharing services such as Uber and Lyft are very convenient and affordable, and many people use them every day. But what happens if your driver gets in an auto accident while you’re a passenger? If you’ve been in such an accident, you need to know what to do to ensure that you receive the compensation […]

  • Posted on: Feb 26 2021
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Common Ways of Treating Neck Pain

Feeling pain in your neck? It’s not uncommon, but fortunately, many cases of neck pain are only temporary and will go away on their own as long as you don’t do anything to prolong the issue. Neck pain is often causes by inflammation, injury, overuse, or even poor posture. If your neck is hurting, here […]

  • Posted on: Oct 23 2020
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Why is Whiplash So Dangerous?

Whiplash is one of the most common injuries people get from a car accident. It occurs when the head is forced forward, then whipped backwards suddenly. It can damage the tendons, ligaments, and tissue found in the neck and spine. Unfortunately, this damage can be quite severe. But it’s only one of the reasons why […]

  • Posted on: Aug 25 2020
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Common Injuries from a Motorcycle Accident

Motorcycles can be a lot of fun to ride, and for some people, they’re their main form of transportation. However, there’s also a risk to riding motorcycles. If you’re involved in an auto accident, you’re much more likely to be injured than if you were driving a car. Here are some of the most common […]

  • Posted on: Jul 15 2020
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Ways to Manage Pain Without Medication

If you’re in pain, whether it’s chronic or acute, you need some way of managing that pain. Many people simply turn to medication, but that’s not the best option for long-term pain management. Instead, there are a number of other ways you can manage your pain. Here are a few that may work for you. […]

  • Posted on: May 29 2020
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Common Causes of Shoulder Pain

Shoulder pain can leave you hurting or even unable to do a number of basic things, including combing your hair and driving. We use our shoulders a lot more than you may realize, which is why pain in this area of the body can be so debilitating. If you understand some of the common causes […]

  • Posted on: Apr 15 2020
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Dealing with Foot and Ankle Pain

Your feet and ankles are under a great amount of stress every day. This is especially true if you’re an athlete or do work that requires standing for any long period of time. You can quickly begin to develop pain in your feet and ankles. If you do find yourself with pain in these areas […]

  • Posted on: Mar 31 2020
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Chiropractors Can Treat Stress and Anxiety

Dealing with stress and anxiety is something many people are familiar with. Balancing work, family life, hobbies, and everything else can become very overwhelming, and it seems like there’s never a break to relax. While you may not have time to book a spa day, you can book an appointment with your chiropractor. Chiropractic care […]

  • Posted on: Mar 15 2020
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Myths about Permanent Disability Benefits

There are a lot of different myths and misconceptions about disability benefits, especially permanent disability. If you’ve been injured or have an illness that makes it difficult or impossible for you to work regularly, you need to consider applying for permanent disability. However, you want to make certain you understand the myths around it and […]

  • Posted on: Dec 30 2019
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Ways You Can Accidentally Make Your Injuries Worse

If you have been injured, you may want to get back on your feet as soon as you can. It can be frustrating to have to cut down on your physical activities or even spend several days or weeks in bed as you heal. However, not doing this can result in making your injuries worse, ... read more
  • Posted on Aug 30, 2021
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Does Taking FMLA for a Chronic Injury Prevent Filing Workers Comp?

Workers’ comp laws come into play if you are injured on the job, but that may not be the only benefit that comes into play. FMLA, which is short for the Family Medical Leave Act, provides qualifying employees to take up to 12 weeks off of work for illness, injury, and other specific health issues. ... read more
  • Posted on Aug 15, 2021
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Filing a Worker’s Comp Claim for Heat Stroke

Heat stroke occurs when you overheat, and it is a major concern for those who work outdoors during the summer in areas where the temperature climbs into the triple digits. If you work in these conditions and suffer from heat stroke, you may be able to file a worker’s comp claim for any medical expenses ... read more
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