Fact Vs Fiction: Know The Truth About Workers Compensation

Posted on: 15 October 2015
If you are hurt while on the job or as the result of doing work at your place of business, you are entitled to some form of compensation under the law. Many people are too afraid to file a workers compensation claim for fear of possible retaliation by their employer. But workers compensation is the law, and employers must abide by those laws per their policy. Read on to learn about some of the facts as well as some untruths regarding workers compensation so you can be better prepared in the event of a work related injury.
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Death And Debt Collection: Are You Responsible For Your Deceased Loved One's Debts?

Posted on: 2 October 2015
Losing a loved one is a difficult and painful process, and it can be made more stressful if you have debt collectors trying to come after you for your loved one's debt. There are laws regarding collection of a deceased person's accounts, but they don't stop some companies from predatory collection. Protect yourself during this vulnerable time by knowing your rights and hiring a debt collection attorney to represent you. Here are a few points that can help you determine if you are responsible for paying the debt.
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Understanding Your Rights When Stopped For DUI

Posted on: 10 September 2015
It's a well understood convention that operating a vehicle while under the influence of intoxicants, such as alcohol or prescription pain relievers is a crime, punishable under the laws of all U.S. cities. Tdoesn't mean your civil rights change simply because you happen to be intoxicated. There is a right way and a wrong way to deal with this situation, and there are a few simple ways to make the entire process easier on you.
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3 Things To Do Before You Hire A Divorce Attorney

Posted on: 21 August 2015
If you are thinking about getting a divorce, your first thought might be to get in touch with a local divorce attorney and start the proceedings right away. However, it's important to do the following things before you file for divorce. Plan a Budget You already know what your financial situation is like as part of a married couple, but you need to ensure that you are financially secure once your marriage is dissolved.
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