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Can I Sue My Employer for a Slip and Fall

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Every year, more than 40,000 workers are injured in slip and fall accidents while they're on the job. The reasons are manifold, with poor safety conditions, poor maintenance of the premises, and problems with PPE all leading the pack. Many jobs are simply dangerous as well, even absent any negligence on an employer's part.  Slip and fall injuries are just as serious for workers as they are for guests who might come onto an employer's property. They can result in a loss of ability to work, a lifetime of chronic pain, a loss of independence, and even traumatic brain injuries that...

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How Long After a Slip and Fall Can You Sue?

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The insurance industry would like you to believe that you have to wait for some sort of arbitrary event before you can pursue your slip and fall case. For example, many insurance companies like to perpetuate the myth that you have to reach maximum medical improvement before you can contact a lawyer. In reality, you can contact a lawyer immediately after your accident and should do so almost as soon as you're medically capable of making the call. The faster you move the better off you're likely to be. In addition, you don't have forever to make a decision. If you...

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Suing for Emotional Distress Alberta

Suing for Emotional Distress Alberta

A major accident can cause not just physical damage but also mental distress. Emotional suffering is more difficult to quantify than physical damage. However, the consequences and influence on sufferers are still quite genuine. Most individuals are unaware that emotional wounds take healing time and can result in long-term mental health concerns. For example, an accident might result in victims developing PTSD that lives long after the physical wounds have recovered. Mental pain has implications and might jeopardize a person's way of life. Here's how…   What is Emotional Distress? Emotional anguish refers to all of the emotional pain you experience due to a personal injury...

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