What To Do If You Have A Workplace Injury And How A Lawyer Can Help

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If you are injured in the workplace, then you are entitled to compensation. This compensation should be freely given by your employer once they realize that you have a genuine injury. However, there are times when things may not go according to plan, and you may face some challenges in getting the financial assistance that you need from your employer. Whenever this happens, you will need to get an attorney involved.

26 June 2023

Negligence Attorney: Deadbeat Landlord

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Finding a suitable and responsible landlord is essential for a safe and comfortable living environment. Unfortunately, some individuals experience the distressing situation of being injured due to the negligence of their landlord.  Here are some of the ways a negligence attorney can help you obtain justice and compensation when you're injured by a deadbeat landlord. Understanding Landlord Negligence Landlords have a legal duty to maintain a safe and habitable environment for their tenants.

24 May 2023

Do You Need A Will?

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You've probably watched TV shows that show a family reading a person's will after the person dies. This moment in the show is generally revealing, shocking, and emotional. While reading a will in real life can also be these things, it's generally not as dramatic. However, having a will is always vital, regardless of your wealth. So, do you need a will? The answer is yes. Everyone should have one, and here is a guide explaining several vital things about wills.

30 March 2023

How To Determine If You Are Unable To Work Due To A Disability

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You might believe that exiting the workforce is the last thing you want to do. But if you have a disability, you might wonder if you can continue to work. The best way to find out is to consult your primary care physician and a Social Security Disability (SSDI) attorney. Substantial Gainful Employment From the Social Security Administration's (SSA) perspective, you are entitled to SSDI benefits when you cannot engage in gainful employment.

9 March 2023

Some Do's And Don'ts For Dealing With Witnesses After An Accident

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Witnesses can make or break your personal injury case. How you manage their involvement from the first moments after a car accident will go a long way to helping you build a strong case. So, what should you and not do with witnesses? Here are a few key do's and don'ts.  Do Ask Right Away Many victims should begin looking for witnesses as soon as the accident occurs. Your first priority, of course, is your health and safety.

7 February 2023

3 Measures Your Attorney Wants You To Take To Prevent Financial Problems After Dissolving Your Marriage

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One of the advantages of being in a marriage is that couples share financial obligations. As such, this prevents one parent from shouldering the burden of providing for the family and paying monthly bills. Unfortunately, couples with this arrangement in their family usually face financial problems after dissolving their marriage. This is especially the case when each partner takes care of their financial responsibilities. However, through proper planning, you can avoid financial challenges after divorce.

9 January 2023

Injured While Helping Someone Move ? Who Is Liable?

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Many people end up helping friends or family move at some point in their lives. But what happens if you're doing someone a favor and you're injured in the process? Is your friend liable? Is someone else liable? And how can you make it less awkward for all?  Here are the answers to your most important questions.  Is Your Friend Liable? The responsibility for injuries always depends on the specifics of the incident.

9 December 2022