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Back and Neck Injury at Work: Worker’s Compensation

Those who are injured as a result of performing their work duties are often eligible to receive worker's compensation benefits. Because there are certain requirements that must be met, it can be advisable for those suffering from such an injury to obtain the services of an attorney who has knowledge and experience in worker's compensation, especially when it comes to injury of the neck or the back. There are many causes of pain and injury in the workplace related to the neck and the back. [...]

February 15th, 2019|Categories: blog|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Back and Neck Injury at Work: Worker’s Compensation

Pedestrian Accident and Personal Injury: Nantha & Associates

Pedestrian accidents are much more common than many people think, especially when it comes to personal injury. Although it is often assumed that pedestrians are safer than those driving a vehicle, accidents still occur quite frequently, especially in larger cities such as Los Angeles. As a driver or pedestrian, you could be compensated heavily for your accident, as long as you recover the correct information from your pedestrian accident. While most pedestrians are at a disadvantage when it comes to these types of accidents, there [...]

August 27th, 2018|Categories: blog|Comments Off on Pedestrian Accident and Personal Injury: Nantha & Associates

Construction Accidents: Personal Injury Tips

Injuries on a construction site are more common than most people might think. Heavy equipment, dangerous materials and constant labor rotations all play a part in the number of construction accidents that occur each year. There are various medical and financial issues that come with construction accidents, but when do you actually need a lawyer? It is extremely important to document the details of your accident as soon as possible. A personal injury lawyer will need a full account of the incident in order to [...]

July 27th, 2018|Categories: blog|Comments Off on Construction Accidents: Personal Injury Tips