Changes To Your Divorce After Settlement: What You Should Know

Posted on: 1 September 2018

Most people think that once the divorce is final, that's the last they will have to worry about it. In many cases, this is true. However, there are some situations that will warrant working with your divorce attorney to revisit that divorce settlement, either due to problems after the fact or a change in circumstances. Understanding what kinds of things can be changed, why they might have to change, and what you should do about them can help you be prepared if you face a situation like this.
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Establishing Fault To Disprove Workers Comp Claims

Posted on: 30 July 2018

There are hundreds of thousands of workers compensation claims made every year. Some of those claims are completely false or unwarranted. As an employer, you always want to verify that A) a worker's comp claim is valid, and B) that if a claim is denied, it is because the employee did something that caused his/her own injuries. If you suspect that an employee is trying to fleece you and the workers comp insurance company, you need a workers compensation defense lawyer.
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What To Expect When You Hire A Car Accident Attorney

Posted on: 26 June 2018

If you have been injured in a car accident, you may need to hire an attorney to help you receive compensation for the damages and injuries received. This is especially true if you are having trouble dealing with the insurance companies, or they keep offering you a settlement that will not pay all your medical bills. However, you may have never had to work with a lawyer before and only know what to expect because of television shows.
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Four Tips For Employees Facing Gender Discrimination At Work

Posted on: 27 May 2018

Even though there are laws demanding that men and women be treated equally in the workplace, gender discrimination does still happen from time to time. If you feel that you have been discriminated against at work because of your gender, here are four tips you can follow to help get the fair treatment you deserve -- and ensure that those who follow in your footsteps are treated better. 1. Talk to Human Resources
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