Two Concerns About Worker's Compensation Cases Addressed

Posted on: 4 June 2015
Workplace injuries can be one of the most devastating experiences that many people will encounter in their lives. Whether it results in a permanent disability or a lengthy recovery, individuals can find their lives turn upside down when they are injured on the job. Fortunately, the law requires businesses to carry worker's compensation insurance for these instances, but this is a type of insurance that many people are uninformed about. Having the following two questions answers should help you to better understand how this protection applies to your situation.
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Why You Should Never Buy A New Home Without A Real Estate Lawyer

Posted on: 20 May 2015
Buying a new home is equally terrifying and exhilarating...and going through the process without any help can really ramp up the "terrifying" part of that equation. A real estate lawyer can be an integral part of the home buying process today. Keep reading to learn all the ways that your real estate lawyer can help you and support you throughout the new home purchasing process. Before the Sale Even before the actual sale, your real estate lawyer can begin work.
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When Should I Take A Slip And Fall Case To Court?

Posted on: 30 April 2015
If you have fallen and been injured on another's property, then you may be wondering what legal reparations you're entitled to. Slip and fall lawsuits are complex and often hard to prove, so here are a few questions you should ask yourself before taking your case to court. 1. Were you careless? The biggest question you'll need to answer before seeking out a lawyer is whether or not you can be to blame in any way for your fall.
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Tips For Avoiding Accidents With Tractor Trailers This Summer

Posted on: 15 April 2015
Summer is coming and thousands of Americans are preparing to take vacations that involve long road trips. If you're one of the many people thinking about traveling by car this summer, don't forget that there are an estimated 2 million tractor trailers in the United States right now. Sharing the road with tractor-trailers will be an important part of enjoying your vacation and safely reaching your destination. These tips will help you get from point A to point B without having an accident with a tractor trailer:
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