Workers' Comp: Avoid Sabotaging Yourself

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The pain and uncertainty you may find yourself feeling after a work accident can make you reluctant to start any long process. However, if you need money with any medical or household bills because of the situation, a claim for workers' compensation is vital. Because you're working so hard to maintain your home and heal, your focus might not be on workers' comp as much as it could be, potentially costing yourself money.

15 December 2017

4 Types Of Sexual Harassment

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One of the things in life you don't want to deal with is sure to be sexual harassment. However, this can happen, and if it's on the job, you may have a strong case. There are laws that are in force that should be helpful to any individual in this situation. Knowing some of the various types of ways a person may b suffer from sexual harassment may be beneficial to you.

20 November 2017

Can You Do Anything You Want With Your Will?

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A common misconception about wills is that you can do anything you want to with them. However, there are limitations to what the document can do, and not knowing this could mean the executor of your estate will have to go to court to determine what happens with some or all of your estate. To help you understand the limitations of your will, here is what you need to know.

24 October 2017

Exactly What Can Happen During A Slip And Fall Injury

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Slipping and falling on a patch of ice in front of a convenience store is not convenient at all. Most cities and states require that the proprietors of these stores clear snow and ice regularly. If this particular convenience store owner did not do that, and you fell, you could sue. If you feel inclined not to sue, you should know exactly what can happen to you in a slip and fall that you might not feel until later on.

25 September 2017

Rendering Aid: Are You Responsible To Help?

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Getting into an accident can be a very scary and stressful event for all involved. In some cases, one or both of you is uninjured and can walk away from the accident. If you were the uninjured party, it would be easy to assume that you can sue the other driver for the damage. This is not always the case. If you get out to look at your vehicle at the scene and notice the other driver is bleeding or badly injured, do not be in a rush to leave even if you are in a hurry.

15 September 2017

How An Attorney Can Help You After An Accident

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Getting into a car accident can truly be a tragic event. The experience comes out of the blue and leaves so many different ramifications in its wake. If you've recently been involved in a wreck and are now dealing with the aftermath, you might feel overwhelmed. You may not know how to proceed, especially if the accident was serious. That's why it's important for you to get an attorney on your side.

8 September 2017

It Takes More Than A Will: 4 Items You Need To Include With Your Estate Plan

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If you have a well-drafted will, you might think that your estate planning is complete, and that everything is now properly in place should you pass away. Unfortunately, that type of thinking could get you, and your family, in trouble. Your will is an extremely important part of your estate plan. However, it's not the only part of your estate plan. In fact, for your estate plan to be complete, you actually need several other documents to go with your will.

3 September 2017

Three Elements Of An Attempted Crime That The Prosecution May Need To Prove

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Do you know that attempting to commit a crime is a crime in itself even if you don't go through with your acts? Here are some of the things the prosecution may need to prove to convict you: You Had a Criminal Intention Your intentions are the first things that determine whether you wanted to commit a crime or not. The intent to commit a crime involves weighing the pros and cons of committing a crime, thinking about your escape routes or how to defend yourself if you are caught.

23 August 2017

Roadside Sobriety Testing And You

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If you have had a few drinks and drive, you must already be aware of the risk you are taking. Most people never intend to drive while intoxicated, but sometimes you may be unaware of how much alcohol you have consumed and how it affects you. You might just assume that your driving will not be affected by those few drinks. When you get pulled over and law enforcement conducts sobriety testing on you right there on the side of the road, you should understand that the chances for error can be high.

12 August 2017

3 Ways To Build A Strong Car Accident Case

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Being injured in a car wreck can be extremely frustrating. You may suffer some financial losses, and it may be necessary to take legal action to be properly compensated. Working to make your case as strong as possible may be foremost on your mind. However, there are specific things you can do that will may strengthen your case, and knowing what these are can provide you with the help you need.

9 August 2017