3 Ways to Help Prevent Workers Compensation Fraud

Posted on: 12 January 2017
Anytime you hire employees to complete tasks for your business, you open yourself up to the risk of a workers compensation claim. These claims are made by employees who are injured doing job-related tasks, and they are paid out by your insurance company. Unfortunately, some employees choose to take advantage of the workers compensation program by filing fraudulent claims. These fraudulent claims can cost your company both time and money.
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How A Workers Comp Denial Can Be Legally Overturned

Posted on: 30 November 2016
Are you stuck in a financial bind because your employer denied you access to workers compensation benefits? Just because you were denied the benefits, it does not necessarily mean that you don't deserve the money. Depending on why your employer believes you don't deserve workers compensation, you might be able to take legal action to get the denial overturned. Find out in this article how a lawyer can help you obtain the money that you need.
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3 Misconceptions About Private Disability Insurance

Posted on: 16 November 2016
Suffering an injury that results in a disability can have an impact on your likelihood. To avoid economic disaster, many people are turning to private disability insurance. Unfortunately, misunderstandings about the insurance and what it offers can lead to poor selection choices and also disagreements with the insurance provider later. Before shopping for disability insurance, reconsider these myths about the coverage to help you make an informed decision.   Social Security Disability Will Cover Your Expenses
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Don't Let A Lawsuit Take A Bite Out Of Your Wallet With By Being A Responsible Dog Owner

Posted on: 8 November 2016
Some dog owners go for smaller canine breeds because they are loveable and playful. However, some dog owners go for a dog that is more aggressive and less docile for reasons like wanting protection. If you are looking for a dog who will keep intruders away and potentially keep your family protected, there are breeds that fit the bill. The only problem is that owning a dog that is aggressive by nature means you have to be careful about being responsible for your pet.
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