2019

  • 3 Things You Should Do If You Have A Slip And Fall Accident


    No one plans to have an accidental slip and fall occur while they are shopping. However, you should be aware of what you should do in case something like this happens. This will ensure that your case is handled well so you can be reimbursed for medical and other expenses.  Contact a Doctor When you first slip and fall, you will be stunned and maybe even embarrassed. Because of this you may not even realize how badly you are injured.
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  • Facing Garnishment? Negotiate These Payment Terms With A Creditor


    Having your wages garnished because you owe money to one or more creditors is a difficult situation to face. Fortunately, you don't necessarily need to let things get to this point. When a creditor has been repeatedly trying to recover the funds that you owe and it's clear that garnishment will be the next step, you should hire a legal representative who specializes in garnishment cases and begin to negotiate with the creditor.
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  • 5 Reasons Creating An Estate Plan Is A Must


    While it can be difficult to discuss hard topics, it's important to take time during your lifetime to think ahead and plan for the future. Creating an estate plan is a must because it becomes a guideline as to how your affairs are handled after you die. You can hire an estate planning attorney to advise you on what documents or tools to use during the planning process. Here are some of the reasons why you need to create an estate plan.
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  • "Light-Duty Work" And Your Workers' Compensation Claim


    "Light-duty work" is one of the most frequently confusing issues that injured workers face. When you've suffered an on-the-job injury, it's generally best to give your body plenty of time to heal—and that means staying off the job. However, employers frequently will push "light-duty" assignments on injured employees and encourage them to take it, rather than stay on workers' comp. If you find yourself in that position, here are some of the most important things that you need to keep in mind about your rights.
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  • Top Reasons To Hire A Whistleblower Protection Attorney


    If you have learned of illegal, fraudulent, or unethical activity being conducted at the company that you work for, you may be stressed or scared. Most moral people feel an obligation to immediately report illegal, fraudulent, or unethical activities, but it is normal to fear retaliation or the illegal use of repercussions. Don't let your fear keep you from exposing the truth-- there are laws to protect you in the event that you become a whistleblower and bring illegal activities to light.
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  • Need Disability Coverage? What You Should Do Before You File


    If you've been a hard worker for the majority of your life, it can come as quite a shock when you realize that you can no longer financially support yourself. Whether it's because of an accident or a disease that developed over a long period of time, the feelings of powerlessness can be crippling. You still need monetary resources to get by, and you might have been hearing more and more about filing disability.
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  • Notaries, Translators, And Interventions, Oh My! Law Firm Services You Forgot All About


    Law firms provide legal counsel, this is true, but they do offer a lot of other services as well. In fact, many people who have never had to seek law firm services or legal counsel before are often surprised by the other little services that many law firms provide. The following examples are the ones you have forgotten about or never knew that law firms provided. Notarization Most lawyers find it extremely convenient to take the short class to become notary publics.
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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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