- Targeted Rescission by Health Insurers
Whenever health insurance reform is seriously considered as a legislative issue and not just as a campaign trail talking point, people crawl out of the woodwork to affect the agenda for their own ends. American citizens who favor government-run...
By Brad Brubaker
- Accident at Work: Should I Claim Compensation?
Claiming compensation following an accident at work can seem like a tricky business. You might be asking yourself questions like: Am I really entitled to compensation for my injuries?, What will my work colleagues think of me for making a work...
By Jessica A Parker
- Sweeping Asbestos and Asbestos Claims Under the Carpet
A series of radio adverts aimed at warning tradesmen of the dangers of asbestos have been banned. The adverts from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) included the line, "Every year there are more people killed by asbestos than in road accidents."
By Nick Jervis
- Fork Lift Accidents
September is the Deadliest Month of the Year for Fork Lift Accidents. Sometimes, the strangest patterns can emerge from life. A leading firm of personal injury compensation lawyers have been doing the numbers and have concluded that September is...
By Nick Jervis
- How Are Manufactured Homes Different From Modular Homes in Terms of HUD Code Requirements?
People often wonder about the difference between a modular and manufactured home because both structures can essentially be constructed on a private property or in land leased community. The primary difference in the structures is that way in...
By Seomul Evans
- What Damages Can Be Collected Under The Jones Act?
If you work in a maritime environment including offshore or on a vessel, you may fall under a federal statute known as the Jones Act. Under the Jones Act you are allowed to file a tort-like lawsuit against your employer if you ever suffer...
By Jonathan Summers