Workers Compensation: The Benefits And What They Entitle

Posted on: 18 June 2015
Worker's compensation benefits can encompass a wide range of things from medical care to death benefits. If you have been injured while on the job, or you become ill because of your job, you may be eligible to receive some—or all—workers compensation benefits. If you want to become more familiar with the types of benefits available, use this list of the three most common types of benefits: 1. Medical
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Five Myths About Car Accidents

Posted on: 5 June 2015
If you have been injured in a vehicle accident that was not your fault, you may feel that you have everything under control. After all, you had insurance and so did the other guy, so you will no doubt be taken care of in a fair manner. Unfortunately, while you sit back and try to get better from your injuries, important evidence is slipping away and time is passing. You may be making incorrect assumptions about personal injury situations, and what you don't know really can hurt you.
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Estate Planning: The Right Way To Leave Your Legacy Behind

Posted on: 21 May 2015
Leaving your loved ones behind is the most difficult part of death, but when you fail to plan properly, your death can become an even bigger burden on those you leave behind. Understanding proper estate planning procedures is essential when it comes to easing the burden of your passing. Here are two things you can do to ensure that you leave behind the kind of legacy you want to be remembered for, not the kind that places financial burdens on your family.
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Dealing With Defamation And The Free Speech Defense

Posted on: 4 May 2015
Everybody knows they have a constitutionally protected freedom of speech under the First Amendment. However, most people don't know what that really means in practice. If someone makes a damaging statement regarding you, it's possible they will try to hide behind their free speech rights. But defamation is a civil crime, and you have the right to seek damages from the person or entity that defamed you. Defining Defamation Defamation is any statement, either written or spoken, that can damage the reputation of a person, business, or other third party.
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