How to Avoid Undermining Your Personal Injury Claim After Being Injured In a Car Accident

Car accident injury claims attract various damages, depending on how severe your injuries are. Your compensation may include medical and rehabilitation expenses, loss of earning capacity, pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life and home care expenses. However, if you hurt your case by making mistakes along the way, you may get less compensation for your injuries. Therefore, read on to find out how to avoid harming your car accident injury case. Read More 

The Personal Injury Not Many Know You Can Sue Over: The Workplace Psychological Injury

Suing someone over a personal injury or an accident is not new, and it's fairly common to see someone ask for damages in court for emotional distress. But many people see emotional distress as related to something that caused physical injury, such as a car accident. In Australia, you can sue for a psychological injury that occurs without physical injury. You can't do this for everything that hurts you or makes you uncomfortable, but in certain circumstances, if you can get the necessary evidence, you can make a case for psychological injury after an accident or event. Read More