What You Should Know About Child Custody Arrangements

Posted on: 1 July 2019

As a parent gets a divorce, one of the most important issues is that of child custody. There are a variety of different types of custody and other factors you should know about before the custody arrangement is final. Here are some things you should know about child custody. What Are the Types of Custody? Legal custody is one type, and it refers to the person who is in charge of making very specific decisions on behalf of the child.
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When Do You Know It's Time To Bring A Lawyer In On Your Workers Comp Case?

Posted on: 27 May 2019

Employers carry workers compensation insurance for good reason. In the event you get injured on the job, this insurance steps up and pays for your time off of work and your medical care. In a lot of cases, workers comp insurance acts just as it is supposed to; a worker gets injured on the job, files a claim, and workers comp pays the employee a fair amount. Unfortunately, this process sometimes gets a little muddled.
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Don't Get Caught Drinking And Driving

Posted on: 14 April 2019

When it comes to not drinking and driving, it is an easy thing for many people. For those people, they simply tell themselves that they aren't going to drink, and they don't. Other people may be responsible enough drinkers to allow themselves a drink or two in the beginning and then eat a meal and switch to non-alcoholic beverages from that point on. You don't want to make the assumption that you are one of those responsible drinkers, because this is where so many people fall into trouble and end up getting arrested for DUIs.
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Worker's Comp And Drug Tests: What You Should Know

Posted on: 20 March 2019

When you get hurt while on the job, you may immediately experience feelings or worry about how you will cover your daily expenses. Fortunately, most states require employers to provide workers' compensation insurance coverage to pay for your injuries and any expenses associated with them. Typically, all injuries suffered on the job are covered with workers' compensation insurance. However, there can be instances in which injuries will not be covered. One specific example includes failing a drug test right after you are hurt at work.
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