False Memories, Traffic Cameras, And You: How These Things Can Help/Hinder Your Case

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Traffic accidents rely on he said, she said statements. In the heat of the accident, you may think you know how everything occurred. You may even remember the events in a specific way. However, if there were working traffic cameras taking footage of your accident, you may be in for a rude awakening. The cameras may also confirm your story. As you pursue an auto accident lawsuit and look for auto accident lawyer services, you will need to consider the following facts.

17 July 2018

5 Ways No-Fault Insurance Helps You After A Car Accident

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After you have been in a car accident, the first thing on your mind is making sure that you get the medical help that you need. If you live in a state with no-fault insurance laws, your no-fault insurance policy provides you with lots of ways to pay for your medical bills and care. Medical Expenses The first thing that your no-fault insurance will help you cover is all of your medical bills related to the treatment of the injuries that you sustained from your car accident.

17 June 2018

Info On Worker's Comp Cases

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Even if you haven't been injured on the job, it's important for you to do some basic homework just so you have a clear understanding of what may happen if you should get hurt while working, especially if you work at a job where  you know there is an increased chance of injury. If you have been injured, then you definitely want to have a good understanding of the workers compensation process, so you know what to expect, what to do and what not to do.

12 May 2018

Worker's Comp: You Paid For It, You Should Get It

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As an employer, you are required to purchase worker's compensation insurance in every state but Texas, and you are required to buy it if you have at least two employees. So, what happens when you are insured, one of your employees becomes injured while working, and the insurance company refuses to pay up? Sadly, you could be sued, when it is not even your fault that the employee was injured and denied benefits.

12 April 2018

Violation Of The 4th Amendment: What You Need To Know

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All Americans have constitutional rights that provide protection from unreasonable search and seizure. This means that law enforcement has restrictions as to how they may search you or your property and invade your privacy when it comes to looking for anything, and that includes all illegal drugs. The 4th Amendment to the United States Constitution provides these protections for you, and it is important that you fully understand your rights in the event you find yourself being subjected to illegal search and seizure.

15 March 2018

Child Support Issues And Enforcement

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The family courts take a hard line on issues dealing with children during a divorce. They rightfully take a protective stance for minor children, often placing the well-being above that of the adults involved in the divorce proceedings. The courts expect the non-custodial parent of the child to help financially support that child, and support orders may be issued as soon as the marital separation occurs. When it comes to meeting this obligation, the courts do not play around, so read on to learn more about child support enforcement.

12 February 2018

Three Things You Should Do Prior To Starting A Small Business

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If you've decided that the time has come to take the plunge and to go into business for yourself, you're probably excited and nervous at the same time. Both of these feelings are completely natural for those in your position. However, you can take the edge off the nervousness by taking certain steps to prepare yourself for the unique challenges. Following are three things you should do before opening your business to make sure that you're as prepared as possible for your new life as an entrepreneur.

16 January 2018