Carrasco Family Law Blog
A motorcycle accident can result in serious injuries. If you are the motorcyclist, there is little protection around you during a collision. Thus, your injuries may require significant medical treatment to facilitate your recovery.
If the accident is due to the negligence of another motorist, it is important to pursue a personal injury case. However, if you do not take proper precautions at the scene of the accident, you may not have enough evidence to substantiate the other driver’s negligence. Read More»
With the number of recalls for medical devices and other products, the FDA has become more aggressive about inspecting facilities and making sure companies are complying with the rules and regulations designed to protect consumers from faulty or dangerous products. If you received a notice from the FDA that it’s coming to inspect your facility, here are two tips to help you prepare for the visit.
Perform Internal Audits
The best thing you can do is perform an internal quality audit of your facility that’s the same as or tougher than the inspection you’ll undergo when the FDA representative tours your facility. Read More»
Workplace injuries come in all varieties, ranging from extremely minor to devastating and incapacitating. Common injuries include paper cuts, sprain and burns along with more severe injuries, such as broken bones and amputations. While rare, people have even been killed on the job. So what should you do if you get injured on the job? If you need medical attention for your injury, you will likely file an injury report with your employer so you can get workers compensation benefits. Read More»
Depending on the state in which you live, the decision of an arbitrator in a workers’ compensation case could be your last chance for getting a claim paid. Because of this, it is important that you properly prepare for the hearing. If you are headed to arbitration with your employer’s insurance company, here are some tips for preparing.
Know the Details of Your Claim
Although this might seem obvious, it is easy to become confused or forget details of your claim once you are before the arbitrator. Read More»
The short answer for the questionable polygraph/lie detector test is that it is not admissible as evidence in all cases. It is used as a tool to entice the alleged defendant to ‘come clean’ and tell the truth. The polygraph simply indicates the rise and fall of specific body functions. Many individuals aren’t aware that you cannot be forced to take the test.
Many factors are involved during a polygraph test that can make the test read as if you are telling a lie. Read More»