5 May 2017
Injuries happen everyday at work. Some injuries are just minor and the individual heals quickly and without any real problems, however, some injuries are life changing and can leave you out of the work force for a long period of time. If you have been injured at work you might be wondering if you can get workers compensation for it. Here are some things that you need to do to get workers comp.
4 May 2017
When filing for bankruptcy, whether it be chapter 7 or chapter 13, it is generally expected that filing for bankruptcy will lead to you losing a substantial portion of your assets in order to pay a portion of the debt. With chapter 7, all of your assets are liquidated, save for some assets that are exempt. However, there are still some ways that you can legally save money on your bankruptcy.
1 May 2017
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in 2013, over 150,000 pedestrians visited emergency rooms across America after being struck by a car. If you've recently been involved in a vehicle accident, and you were the driver who unintentionally struck a pedestrian, you might assume that because you were behind the wheel, you are automatically at fault. However, before you concede, it's important to realize that there are instances where the pedestrian shares the blame for the accident, or could be deemed completely at fault.
27 April 2017
Have you been out of your kid's life, but now looking to seek custody? You will discover that getting custody is not easy to do, but isn't impossible either. These tips will help you win custody if you have not been in the picture for a while. Your Child's Living Conditions Are Dangerous When there is a custody dispute between parents regarding a child, the court system is more likely to make a decision that is more cautious if there is belief that the kid could be living in dangerous conditions.
7 February 2017
There's been a new step to the arrest and booking process that's quietly been spreading throughout the United States over the last few years. Now, depending on the jurisdiction and the crime you're suspected of doing, you can add a cheek swab for DNA testing to the more familiar photo ID and fingerprints. What is the DNA testing for? The answer may depend on who you ask, but there are some things that you definitely want to know.