Christa R. Haggai, Attorney-at-Law
This morning on Today Show - this story aired highlight the problem with drug using doctors. In California this could change with the Pack Patient Safety Act, which is on the ballot in November here in California. We think it is time to require doctors to pee in a cup! https://www.packact.org/
I am following this story with a lot of interest. Should college athletes be paid for their likeness when Universities are profiting from them? Or is a free education enough? http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/06/09/us-athletics-ncaa-lawsuit-idUSKBN0EK1S520140609
Hopefully the law will change in California. In the meantime, insurance companies keep racking in record earnings, doctor's premiums are still high despite the drop in claims in the last 38 years. Most importantly, injured victims are denied justice on a regular basis. It is time for a change!
Have you been involved in a construction accident in Los Angeles and aren’t quite familiar with details of personal injury law to ensure that you will get what you are entitled? Then you need to contact The Haggai Law Firm to help you handle your claim. You can count on The Haggai Law Firm to help you navigate through this difficult time. If you are facing a construction accident in Los Angeles, we will help you get what your employer owes you while remaining on the right side of the law.
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Any construction worker that has experienced a personal injury on the job needs to consult with a skilled personal injury attorney. A minimal worker’s compensation program would offer little assistance in helping you gain full recovery, both physically and financially. You should be compensated for any and all expenses accrued through medical bills as well as any loss of income and it’s just as important that your case get the support of a qualified personal injury attorney to bring justice for yourself and your family.
Workers’ compensation reimbursement to replace a worker’s earnings, temporary handicap, is strictly limited to 2/3′s of your personal salary and restricted in time very that you will go without, employment in distress, or bankrupt. Forfeited pay in a case is logical and not limited.
The Haggai Law Firm has extensive experience in handling cases that involves construction accident and worker’s compensation. Getting help from someone who is well-versed with the different areas of personal injury law will see to it that your rights will be upheld and get the compensation you deserve.
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Christa R. Haggai