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  • Medical Treatment for Work-Related Injuries

    Posted By Shook & Stone || 29-Apr-2014

    If you are injured on the job in Nevada, you are most likely covered by your employer's workers' compensation insurance. Filing a successful workers' comp claim can result in benefits such as lost wages and a variety of medical benefits to treat your injury. Medical benefits can include: Compensation for treatment Permanent Partial Disability (PPD) Permanent Total Disability (PTD) ...
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  • What is a Social Security "Disability?"

    Posted By Shook & Stone || 25-Apr-2014

    In order to collect social security disability benefits, you must have a qualifying "disability." The Merriam-Webster dictionary says that a disability is a limitation caused by mental or physical impairment that keeps a person from working. The Social Security Administration uses a similar definition; It says that disability "is based on your inability to work." You may ...
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  • Car Accident Checklist: What to Do After an Accident

    Posted By Shook & Stone || 17-Apr-2014

    Car accidents can be a frightening and overwhelming experience, especially if you or a loved one has been hurt. At Shook & Stone, our Las Vegas car accident lawyers are committed to helping victims and families navigate the aftermath of an accident – from the very moment they reach out to us, to the moment they receive the compensation they deserve. Although car accidents can be a ...
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  • Proving Liability in a Las Vegas Car Accident

    Posted By Shook & Stone || 15-Apr-2014

    Victims and families who suffer harm during car accidents caused by another have the right to file personal injury claims and recover compensation for their losses. Navigating the claim process and obtaining full and fair compensation, however, can be difficult. At Shook & Stone, our Las Vegas car accident attorneys draw from years of experience to prove that another driver or party is liable ...
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