What To Do If Your Employer Doesn't Believe That You Were Injured At The Workplace

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When you consider yourself to be a model employee who has always done your best to meet all of your employer's requests, it can be alarming to be met with little sympathy after becoming injured. After all, the time that you spent exerting yourself physically was specifically for the benefit of your employer and not necessarily because you wanted to earn a larger paycheck. For those who take pride in their work and expect equal respect when it comes to injuries in the workplace, meeting with a workers compensation lawyer is suggested when you feel like your voice is not being heard.

25 May 2017

Were You Injured At Work? Why You Should Contact A Work Injury Lawyer

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Accidents at work happen. Sometimes it is because you were not paying attention or being careful, sometimes it is due to another worker's inattention or negligence, and sometimes it is due to a faulty piece of equipment. This is why employers purchase worker's compensation insurance. However, sometimes things aren't so simple and your employer is at least partially at fault or there is not worker's compensation. No matter the circumstances surrounding your work-related injury, it is always a good idea to contact an experienced lawyer and here are a few reasons why.

23 May 2017

The Dos And Don'ts If You're Hit While Riding A Bicycle

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Many major cities are making their city centers more bicycle friendly by adding dedicated bike lanes and pedestrian green-ways. San Diego recently implemented their Downtown Mobility Plan and is spending nearly $64 million to do just that. However, by increasing the number of people riding bicycles in a downtown urban area, the number of accidents could increase as well. What would you do if you were struck by a vehicle while riding a bicycle?

19 May 2017

Understanding Some Facts About Relatives And Inheritance If There Is No Will

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If a relative of yours has recently passed away, then you may be concerned about their property. This may be especially troubling if there was no will. One of your biggest concerns may be with the real estate property that was left behind by your loved one. If you are worried about this, then things may be particularly confusing if you have a large family. Keep reading if you want to learn about a few people who may or may not be eligible to inherit.

16 May 2017

Is It Discrimination For Landlords To Reject Applicants With Felonies?

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People who have felonies on their criminal records often have a difficult time getting approved for rentals. The problem is so pervasive that many people wonder if it is a form of discrimination. Having a criminal record is not considered a protected class like race or sex so, in general, being denied housing for a felony conviction is not a civil rights issue. However, here are two times when a landlord's rejection may be considered discriminatory.

13 May 2017

Is Your Spouse Planning A Divorce Behind Your Back? What To Know

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If your spouse has been acting out of the ordinary, and they are doing things that would make you believe they are going to leave you, or ask you to leave, you'll want to talk with a legal professional. There are many signs of divorce before the divorce is asked for, or before a spouse makes a move, and you want to be prepared if you think that this is headed your way.

8 May 2017

Are You A Boss With A Diverse Workforce? Here's How To Avoid Civil Rights Violations

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As a boss who has employees of every different religion, race, and sex, it's important to do everything you can to protect your employees from discrimination and civil rights violations. It's important for your workers to feel comfortable in the workplace so that they're able to work at their best. Not only that, but to avoid lawsuits, you'll need to get very serious about ensuring everyone is treated with respect. Here are some ways to prevent civil rights violations.

8 May 2017