October 2016 Archives

Preventing work-related traffic accidents

According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, employers lose $60 billion each year because of traffic accidents. In San Bernardino, and cities across California, these crashes result in a variety of costs for employers, including legal fees, damage to property, missed workplace productivity and medical expenses. Moreover, these wrecks lead to increased workers' comp costs, which underlines the importance of prevention.

Cerebral palsy can be treated by a well-rounded medical team

Cerebral palsy is a serious health problem that is often caused by medical malpractice during childbirth or labor. In short, this condition is caused by a lack of oxygen to the child's brain. Unfortunately, this is often the result of a mistake by a medical professional.

Auto accidents and wrongful death

While there are many types of wrongful death cases, such as those which involve medical malpractice or a defective product, fatal auto accidents caused by someone's negligent behavior are especially prevalent in San Bernardino, and the rest of California. At Kampf, Schiavone & Associates, our law firm recognizes the many challenges that families frequently exprience after they have lost a loved one because of someone's careless behavior.

Can I receive workers' comp if I was hurt in a car crash?

Each year, a shocking number of people are hurt in motor vehicle accidents. In San Bernardino, and on roads throughout the state of California, these crashes make life challenging for victims in many ways. If you were recently involved in a traffic accident, you may be struggling with bills, serious injuries and other hardships. Additionally, you may be wondering how you will recover and whether you are entitled to workers' compensation benefits.

Traumatic brain injuries and workers' comp

Sometimes, workplace injuries are immediately evident, such as those which involve a broken bone or serious burn. However, some jobsite injuries take longer to become visible, including repetitive strain injuries and traumatic brain injuries. If you have suffered a head injury in San Bernardino, or a workplace anywhere in California, it is very important for you to explore your options. For example, you may be entitled to workers' compensation. At Kampf, Schiavone & Associates, we are very familiar with the challenges that injured workers frequently endure (medical bills, the loss of a job, physical pain, etc.).

Wrongful death cases take many forms

If you have recently lost a family member, you are likely struggling with a number of challenges. For example, you may have a great deal of emotional pain, an inability to pay your bills and concerns about your future or the impact your loved one's death will have on other family members. Unfortunately, many people in San Bernardino and other communities across the state have passed away due to someone's reckless behavior or a company's negligence. Every wrongful death claim is unique and it is vital to understand that these cases take a variety of forms.

Hearing loss a major problem for workers

When people think of work-related injuries, they may picture ladder falls and other incidents which have consequences that are immediately visible. However, there all sorts of injuries that happen over time and often take years to recognize, such as repetitive strain injuries and hearing loss. In San Bernardino, California, these injuries may also present a number of hardships that upend a worker's life. For example, someone who has suffered hearing damage may have difficulty performing their job responsibilities and their quality of life may decline.

Falls, car crashes and other brain injury causes

Whether a construction worker falls off of a ladder, an athlete is struck in the head while playing team sports or a nursing home resident slips on the floor, brain injuries happen in many different ways. In San Bernardino, California, these injuries may leave victims with short-term challenges or permanently change their lives. From workers' compensation to holding negligent people accountable, some brain injury victims have numerous options on the table. That said, it is essential for people to understand some of the primary reasons why these injuries continue to occur.

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