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Have You Been Sexually Harassed In The Workplace?

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Many people of all ages, genders, and walks of life have endured sexual harassment in the workplace. Sexual harassment is defined as inappropriate and unwanted sexual behavior or poor treatment due to one’s sex that occurs in a professional setting. Sadly, many people who experience sexual harassment never report it. Sometimes, they don’t even realize it has happened to them. If you think you may have been the victim of sexual harassment in the workplace, let the human resources department know.…

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Common Reasons Why An Insurance Company May Deny Your Car Insurance Claim

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If you were injured in an automobile accident, and the other driver was at-fault for the accident, you or your insurance company may forward your claim to the other driver’s insurance company. Unfortunately, the other company may issue a denial, denying your car insurance claim. Here are a few of the most common reasons why a denial may be issued.  Fault Is Being Disputed One of the most common reasons why an insurance company may deny your car insurance claim is because they dispute the fault.…

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3 Great Insights To Consider For Companies Hiring Small Business Lawyers

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If you have a small business, there may come a point in time when you run into a legal situation with clients. If the issue can’t be resolved amicably, you’ll need legal representation quick. Finding the right attorney won’t prove difficult if your company keeps the following selection tips in mind: Look For Specialty Service The umbrella for business law is quite large. It incorporates a lot of specialties that you shouldn’t just assume are all the same.…

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Compensating Pain And Suffering: What Do YOU Deserve?

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It can sometimes be hard to put a price tag on pain. For example, if you have been injured in a personal injury case, how much should you be compensated? What is fair compensation for all that you have been through? There are several different methods that a court can use to calculate what you are entitled to. These methods include but are not limited to: A Multiplier One common way of calculating compensation in a personal injury case is by taking the amount of medical bills as well as any wages that have been lost from time off of employment and then multiplying them by a number between one and five.…

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Has Defamation Affected Your YouTube Livelihood? Here's How To Prove It

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Defamation, whether as a result of libel or of slander, is a serious issue that many people face. If you feel as though someone has defamed you, a personal injury attorney can help. This is a type of case that many personal injury attorneys will take on, even though your issue hasn’t resulted in a physical injury. If you make a percentage of your income through a YouTube channel, serious defamation could lead to a loss of earnings.…

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Addressing Your Workers' Comp Case Head-On

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In 2012, there were some 3 million on-the-job injuries recorded. Employers throughout the United States cover more than 140 million employees with workers’ comp insurance policies. So if you end up being among those injured, you will need to take the right steps to get paid and make up for any lost income.  To make the decisions that count the most during this time, read on.   Report the accident in writing and make an official claim for workers’ compensation…

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Why Estate Planning Is Still Important When You Have Nothing Or No Heirs

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Estate planning is often thought of as “a rich man’s plan for his things in the future.” However, estate planning should be thought of as something everyone does, everyone should do, and everyone with or without heirs needs to think about. Even if you are in your late twenties, you do not have a spouse or children, and you do not have anything that normally constitutes an “estate,” you should still be thinking about these things and planning for them.…

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3 Ways To Reduce Child Support Payments To Your Former Spouse

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Are you in the process of getting divorced and facing child support payments? Or are you making child support payments to a former spouse? Child support is an important part of the divorce process because the payments limit the possibility that children will be financially impacted. However, payment amounts aren’t always fair. If you’re the one making payments, you may feel like your payments are being used to fund your former spouse’s lifestyle rather than to support your children.…

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Tips To Keep In Mind If You Or Your Baby Suffered A Birth Injury

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A pregnancy should be a joyous time in a woman’s life, but your joy can quickly turn to sorrow if a birth injury occurs to either you or your baby during the birthing process. Whether your baby has been born with a birth defect that you believe could have been avoided or you are personally suffering due to someone’s negligence, you should know you have options available to you. It may be possible to receive financial compensation to help make you and your family whole again.…

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3 Steps For Filing A Slip And Fall Claim

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Everyone slips and falls at one point in time. However, if you have slipped, fallen, and injured yourself due to the fault of a person, place, or business, you deserve compensation for your physical and emotional distress. Although each case is different, navigating a slip and fall claim does not have to be overwhelming. This guide will teach you the most important steps to take if you want to file a claim.…

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