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  • Documentation: The Key to Winning Your Workers' Compensation Case


    In the United States, every state has its own set of laws regarding workers' compensation, which covers medical expenses and related costs for people injured in the course of performing their job duties. The goal of the insurance company is to pay as little as possible for your care, which means you need to take an active role in your case. Your workers' comp attorney will do most of the work, but it's up to you to provide documentation of your injury and any ongoing complications.
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  • 2 Criteria For A Birth Injury Case


    In most cases, the birth of a new baby goes smoothly and with no problems. However, that's not always the truth. Sometimes, there are serious problems that happen, things that can cause an injury to the mother or the child at the time of birth. If there was a birth injury involved in the birth of your child, you may be able to file a suit the doctor, hospital, or other medical professionals involved.
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  • Benefits Of Selling Alcoholic Beverages


    If you have a restaurant, café, bakery, or any other type of business where you serve food, then you should consider getting a liquor license. There are many reasons why having your liquor license and serving alcohol can increase your sales numbers overall. This article will explain some of the benefits your business and your customers can enjoy when you are able to serve and sell liquor. You can have a happy hour
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  • Failing To Yield While Driving Could Yield A Traffic Ticket


    When you're behind the wheel of your car, it's important to not only be aware of the speed at which you're traveling as well as ensuring that you're following all of the applicable traffic rules but also to notice other people around you. Being aware of your surroundings in this regard isn't just a matter of avoiding accidents — in many scenarios, you'll need to yield for someone else. Should you fail to yield and have a police officer notice the incident, you could receive a ticket for this driving infraction.
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  • Clearing Up The Confusion About SGA


    If you're applying for Social Security benefits, you will undoubtedly come across the term SGA. The Social Security Administration (SSA) uses the acronym to stand for substantial gainful activity. SGA is an important element of both getting benefits in the first place and keeping them once you are approved, so read on to learn more. What is substantial gainful activity? The SSA only approves people for benefits who cannot work at their jobs and make money.
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  • 3 Things You May Hear To Discourage You From Hiring A Personal Injury Attorney


    We live in a litigious society, and often people think that if they hire a lawyer, it is only to get more money than they are entitled to. They are simply being greedy. Claims adjusters and attorneys for insurance companies depend upon this type of thinking, and they will use it as one of their tools to discourage you from hiring an attorney. They know that without an attorney, you will take less money than you would otherwise receive if you had legal representation.
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  • 3 Tips For Women Going Through A Divorce


    Deciding to file for divorce is a life-shattering decision, but it doesn't have to be the end of the world. If you do it right, it could act as a fresh opportunity to start your life anew. If you are a woman who will soon be filing for divorce, here are a few things you should do before you break the news to your partner. Write Down the Numbers Some women out there are used to letting the man of the house handle the family's finances.
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  • Want To Teach Overseas? You'll Need These Documents And Paperwork


    When you're an American citizen hoping to teach in Asia or Europe, there are so many ways to do it that it's understandable if you get overwhelmed. However, no matter which program or school you eventual link up with, you'll need the following paperwork. Apostilles Some of your documents, such as your college degree, birth certificate or teaching certification, will need to receive an apostille. An apostille is a certificate that will authenticate institutions and information that you provide so that you can use your documents in other countries.
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  • Are Worker's Compensation Cases Always A Matter Of Public Record?


    Most people are happy to have their names published along with court announcements and news stories related to the case because they're looking for justice and want to share their story. However, for victims of abuse and others who are trying to protect their privacy for personal reasons, the idea of having their name in the newspapers and public record documents can discourage them from seeking out the compensation they're deserved after an injury on the job.
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  • Keep Your Superbowl Sunday Fun From Ending In A Lawsuit


    When your friends and family members visit your home on Superbowl Sunday, your goal is to have fun watching the game, eating copious amounts of snacks, and arguing about whose team is better. The last thing you want is to have your financial endzone spiked by a personal injury lawsuit because one of your guests was injured in your home. Here are three things you can do to keep your guests safe and avoid being on the receiving end of this legal foul ball.
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