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When Your Spouse's Injuries Affect You: Understanding Loss Of Consortium

For married couples, major lifestyle changes generally end up being issues that affect both people. This is especially the case when one spouse suffers significant injuries. No matter the source of the injures, when your spouse is hurt due to the negligent actions of another person or entity, this will have an impact on your life. Loss Of Consortium If you have been affected by the injuries your spouse sustained, it's important that you understand what loss of consortium is.   Read More...

3 Tips for Marketing Your Invention to Others

As someone who has invented a product and wants to see it across the country in use by a lot of people, you are likely to already be thinking about different ways of marketing your product to someone who will buy it and help you produce it. However, as an inventor who may not know much about marketing, you'll need these tips to market your invention well. Secure Your Patent   Read More...

How Can A Personal Injury Lawyer Help You Determine If A Homeowner Has Home Insurance?

If you were injured on someone's property, you may be able to file a personal injury suit against that person's home insurance. This will help to cover your medical expenses and lost wages. After if you slip and fall on tiles inside someone's home or are bit by their dog, you may ask them if they have home insurance and who their carrier is. Unfortunately, in most states, the homeowner is not required to provide you with this information.   Read More...

Will Workers' Compensation Pay For Your Work-Related Heart Attack?

When most people think about workplace accidents, injuries such as back pain and broken bones usually come to mind. However, injuries, such as a heart attack, can also occur as the result of a work-related injury. Whether or not you can receive compensation because of a heart attack depends on several factors though. If you suffered a heart attack and believe it was related to work, here is what you need to know.   Read More...

Why You Should See A Second Orthopedic Specialist

If you are having issues with a bone or joint, you have probably been referred to an orthopedic specialist by your primary care physician. It is important that you keep the appointment to get his or her opinion on the problem and the best course of action to fix it. However, while you are there, ask the doctor for a referral to another doctor for a second opinion. Most doctors will understand and give you one and this could be important to you for a number of reasons, here are a couple.   Read More...