When You Need A Workers' Compensation Lawyer: What To Know

Posted on: 14 September 2018

Most workers never consider what might happen if they get in an accident at work. The employer is responsible for providing workers with insurance coverage through workers' compensation policy and in most cases, the claim goes through, and the hurt worker eventually returns to work. Unfortunately, when your claim is denied, or your employer is not cooperating, it may be time to seek legal help. Read on to learn what you need to know about locating a workers' compensation attorney to help you get your claim approved, continued or settled.
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Ways To Save Money When Getting Divorced

Posted on: 4 August 2018

The average divorce costs around $15,500, which may seem like a lot of money. If you and your spouse agree to get divorced but do not have this much money to spend on it, there are ways you can reduce your costs. In fact, you could get divorced for very little money if you do not hire lawyers for help; however, this is really not a good way to handle a divorce.
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Three Careers From Which You Can Smoothly Transition To Court Reporting

Posted on: 9 July 2018

If you've always been interested in the legal system and you're looking to change careers, court reporting might be a new profession that suits you. This is an industry that is growing at a rate of about three percent annually, notes the Bureau of Labor Statistics, so there are likely some opportunities to work at this job in your area. Of course, you'll need to get properly trained, but you may find that your current career shares some similarities with court reporting, and that can make the transition to this new and exciting profession easier for you.
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Preparing For Divorce Mediation: 3 Tips For Success

Posted on: 3 June 2018

Going through a divorce can be stressful enough with things are 100% amicable between both parties. However, things can become exponentially more stressful when disagreements over finances, property, assets, or child custody come into play. If you're going through a divorce and are struggling to reach an agreement with your soon-to-be ex, you may want to consider trying mediation before you let the courts decide. Through the use of divorce mediation, you may be able to reach an amicable agreement and avoid the added stress of a court-ordered decision.
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