Legal Advice for Lost Wages — 67 results
Written by attorney Erik Anderson, about 3 years ago.
In Kalyta v. Versa Products, et.
al., a federal judge found that an illegal immigrant can assert a lost wage
claim in connection with a lawsuit for personal injuries.
this matter,... more
Written by attorney Dured B. Hajji, over 2 years ago.
When individuals choose to drink and drive, they are putting the lives of everyone else around them in real danger. A recent case in Detroit serves as a sobering reminder of this fact.... more
Written by attorney Jon Ethan Lewis, over 4 years ago.
In Alabama, if you are injured in a wreck, part of your damages are lost wages. What are lost wages? You cannot simply say you cannot work, not show up to work, and claim lost wages. In... more
Written by attorney James Rowe, about 4 years ago.
Q. Two weeks ago another driver ran a stop sign and crashed into my car. As a result I suffered a herniated cervical disc that will require surgery, as well as a fractured wrist and arm.... more
Written by attorney James Carpenter, over 3 years ago.
Temporary Total Disability This benefits is paid a 2/3 of your average weekly wage. It is common for insurers to fail to calculate this accurately, usually in their favor. In calculating... more
Written by attorney Geoffrey Trachtenberg, about 3 years ago.
Generally, personal injury recoveries for bodily injuries are not subject to income tax, but recoveries for lost income are taxable. What, then, about non-physical personal injury (i.e.,... more
Written by attorney Paul Eugene Lee, about 3 years ago.
Motor vehicle accidents can cause extreme physical injuries and trauma,
as well as financial devastation to victims of reckless and negligent
drivers who dont follow safety rules.... more
Written by attorney Andrew Myers, about 3 years ago.
Personal injury case evaluation requires thorough review of many factors some of which include:
1. the amount of the medical bills
2. the extent and periods of disability
Written by attorney Irwin Ast, over 3 years ago.
In Florida The term "full coverage" is very misleading. In Florida if you have "full coverage" you are only protected for up to $10,000 in medical expenses, and lost wages. You will be... more
Written by attorney James Todd Tenge, over 3 years ago.
Determine whether the other driver was indeed uninsured. You will want to verify the other driver was, in fact, uninsured at the time of the crash. Just because he failed to provide proof... more
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