What To Do If Your Employer Retaliates Against You For Filing A Workers’ Comp Claim

27 February 2017
 Categories: Law, Articles

Employees have a right to be compensated for injuries they sustain on the job, and workers' compensation makes the process of paying their medical bills and other expenses easier. However, some employers resent it when workers file claims and retaliate against them in various ways. Here's what you can do if you find yourself in this situation. Start Gathering Evidence A company can face severe penalties if the court finds it guilty of retaliating against employees for filing claims. Read More 

3 Things to Know About Protecting Your Credit Score After a Car Accident Case

17 January 2017
 Categories: Law, Articles

Getting in a car accident can change your life forever and seeking compensation for your injuries and damages is something you can and should do if you were not at fault for the accident. Settling a case like this can take some time, though, and one of the bad parts about this is that it can rob you of your good credit score. Here are a few things to understand about personal injury cases and credit. Read More 

3 Reasons Your DUI/DWI Case Could Be Dismissed

19 December 2016
 Categories: Law, Articles

Being charged with driving under the influence or driving while intoxicated is never a laughing matter. It's a serious charge that could have far-reaching implications in many aspects of your life. However, not every DUI or DWI charge results in a conviction. Your DUI/DWI attorney may be able to have your case dismissed on the grounds discussed below. The Traffic Stop Was Illegal or Without Probable Cause When a law enforcement officer decides to perform a traffic stop, that officer must have a legitimate reason or probable cause to perform the stop. Read More 

Senior Workers: Four Types of Age Discrimination to Recognize at Your Job

7 November 2016
 Categories: Law, Articles

Getting work as a senior is essential for many Americans who cannot live off of social-security payments or need more income to support their lifestyle. Going back into the workforce may require you to change careers or start jobs with much younger employees. While your work performance should be based strictly on your age, there may be times where you face discrimination based on just your age alone. Your age should not be a factor in work decisions or the treatment that you experience. Read More 

5 Reasons You Need A Lawyer If You Are Involved In A Slip And Fall Case

10 August 2016
 Categories: Law, Articles

If you are involved in a slip and fall accident, then you may be tempted to settle with the insurance company of the responsible party without consulting a lawyer. This may be especially tempting if medical bills are piling up, you need the settlement money, and the insurance agents appear to be cooperative. However, it is always important to consult with a lawyer during a slip and fall case. This is because it can be difficult to get the amount of money you actually deserve after a slip and fall accident, and a lawyer can make sure you do. Read More