What To Do With A Personal Injury Case

Posted on: 29 May 2019

It's time to take action if you are dealing with some sort of injury at the hands of another, or more often than not -- due to the negligence of another. These circumstances can be tough to contend with, but you need to stay on top of the details of your case so that you can get results from your personal injury case. You'll want to hire a personal injury attorney near you that can build you a case, negotiate a settlement, or just give you some good law advice when you need it.
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3 Ways To Encourage A Sexual Harassment Victim In The Workplace

Posted on: 30 April 2019

The total number of people who have been victims of sexual harassment in the workplace is a hard thing to count. Because it is severely underreported, sexual harassment is assumed to be one of the most widespread workplace issues. In a lot of cases, you may not be the victim, but you may actually witness an incident or know someone who has become a victim. Even in a situation in which you are not the victim, you have a role to play to make sure the proper steps are taken.
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Paid Instantly: Alimony Lump Sum Payments

Posted on: 26 March 2019

Even though many people don't need it nowadays, alimony (or spousal support) can still be ordered if there is a need. When there is a gap between the earning capacity of the two spouses, judges can order that one spouse pay the other in an effort to make things more equitable. There is more than one way to be paid, so read on to find out more. Alimony Types If you and your spouse are separated and you show a need, the judge can order temporary alimony to assist you during the separation period.
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What You Need To Know About Age Discrimination

Posted on: 20 February 2019

Being discriminated against for any factor outside of your control is a horrible feeling. It is especially horrible when it happens in the workplace or when it keeps you from getting a job. The important thing to understand, however, is that  age discrimination is highly illegal. Thus, if you feel it may have occurred to you, you should report it to the human resources department at your job, if applicable, as well as to an attorney.
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