Law

  • 4 Ways To Tell If You Have Been Wrongfully Terminated


    Job loss can be terrifying. Termination is often a cause of great upheaval in a person's life, especially since getting terminated may make you ineligible for unemployment benefits. If you've recently been fired from a job unexpectedly and without cause, you may have a case for a wrongful termination suit. Wrongful termination occurs when your employer fires you for an illegal reason or fires you in a way that breaches a contract they made with you.
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  • What To Do If Your Feel You Doctor Made A Mistake


    No one likes to think that their doctor could make a mistake in a procedure or the treatment they are recommending for an ailment, but there are times when it happens. If you feel that something was done wrong or was not done when it should have been, you may have a case for medical malpractice, and getting the right lawyer to represent you is important. Determining If You Have a Case
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  • Ways To Reduce Your Legal Fees In Your Divorce Case


    A divorce case can be extremely expensive in some cases and you might be worried about this if you are planning on getting divorced and do not have a lot of money for it. If this is the situation you are in, there are some ways you can reduce your legal fees in your divorce, and here are some things you should know that may help you succeed in this.
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  • Occupational Illnesses And Workers' Compensation


    An occupational disease refers to a disease or health condition caused by a work environment or by a work-related activity. Certain jobs can cause employees to develop life-threatening or disabling medical conditions that can cause lifelong problems. If you developed an occupational illness as a result of your working environment, contact a workers' compensation lawyer to find out if you may be eligible for compensation benefits. Here are some things to know about occupational diseases and workers' compensation.
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  • Keys For Pursuing Construction Litigation


    If you are in the business of construction, it is only right that you get to know the landscape of it — and this includes knowing the liabilities that come with the territory. Construction litigation is a fact of life in this industry, so you need to learn as much as you can about bringing a case to court. The article below will teach you all about construction litigation so that you are prepared in the event of a case.
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  • 3 Things To Know About Jury Deliberation In Criminal Cases


    When a person who is facing criminal charges pleads not guilty and decides not to accept a plea bargain, the case will go to trial and will likely be heard by a panel of jurors. When the main part of the trial ends, the judge will instruct the jurors to go and discuss the case and reach a decision about the verdict, and this part of the case is considered jury deliberation.
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  • Preparing For A Personal Injury Case


    Today there are millions of people per year injured in personal injury accidents, and many of those involve car accidents. Some of these injuries are due to medical malpractice, and some other serious forms of personal injury claims include slip and fall accidents and product liability cases. For these cases, you will definitely want to familiarize yourself with personal injury lawyer services.  Take a look at the information that'll help you win your case.
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  • Borrowed Cars And Accidents: Who Pays For A Victim's Injuries?


    Have you ever loaned your car to a friend or relative? If so, what did you know about that person's driving history, personal habits, and insurance coverage? Did you even know (for certain) that he or she had a valid driver's license at the time? These are actually all important questions. If you're ever injured in an accident with a negligent driver using a borrowed car, the answer to those questions may play a role in determining who is liable for your injuries.
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  • Your Doctor And The SSDI Residual Functional Capacity


    Getting approved for Social Security Disability Insurance is not as easy as it should be. When you consider that the people who need the benefit are probably not in the best state of mind due to their disability, the intricacies of the Social Security process can seem nearly impossible. One of the more complicated aspects of getting approved for benefits is the Residual Functional Capacity (RFC). Read on to find how important this assessment is and how to make sure your form results in an approval.
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