How To Make Sure Your Worker's Compensation Claim Is Accepted

Posted on: 25 February 2020

When you are injured at work, you can file for worker's compensation benefits to cover your expenses and receive payment while you are out of work. You need to be extra careful when you file for worker's compensation and avoid any mistakes that could possibly delay or deny your claim. The following are some things you should be careful of as you file for worker's compensation: You Should Report Your Injury Quickly
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Filing For Chapter 7 Bankruptcy? Things To Avoid Doing

Posted on: 21 January 2020

One of the things you may need to do at some point in life is to file for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. This can be extremely helpful if you've lost your job or amid a dire financial situation. Getting the assistance you need in discharging several debts can make a huge difference in your life. However, you'll want to know certain things to avoid for optimal results. 1. Paying creditors
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Strategies That Can Help You And Your Speeding Ticket Attorney In Court

Posted on: 30 December 2019

It might seem that there's no way for you to beat a speeding ticket. The officer had your speed verified on the tracking device and issued a citation. Still, it can be worth hiring a speeding ticket attorney if having this offense on your driving record would cause trouble or if the fine is particularly steep. The lawyers use certain strategies to help clients get the citation dismissed by a judge or reduced to a lower offense by the prosecuting attorney.
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When Your Boss Wants You To Stack Products Higher Than They Should Go, And You Are Hurt

Posted on: 1 December 2019

'Tis the season to work retail. Stores hire seasonal help at higher wages to get the right amount of people in to work the maddening holiday sales. However, a very big problem that occurs this time of year is the overstock of goods. Stores are required to stack products far above consumers' heads with the intent of showing that there is plenty of everything and to keep rotating products down to the shelves on the floor.
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