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Personal Injury & Workers’ CompensationThe LEGAL Update Second Quarter 2016Worker’s Compensation vs. Personal Injury: How To DecideIn This Issue:• Worker’s Compensation vs. Personal Injury: How To Decide ..........................Page 1• Jones|Clifford’s Newest Associate Likes The Outdoor Life ..........................Page 2• Do Uber And Lyft Drivers Make The Roads More Dangerous? ..........................Page 3If you are injured at work, how do you know whether you have a personal injury case in addition to a workers’ compensation claim?According to Jones| Clifford partner Steven J. Bell, the answer depends on a variety of circumstances.“You are automatically entitled to workers comp benefits if you are injured at work,” Bell says, “but those benefits do not take into account actual lost earnings, pain and suffering or other factors that may be covered by a personal injury case against a negligent party.”Analyzing all options available to their clients is what Bell and all the attor...