What Can You Do If Your Employer Wants To Deny Your Workers' Compensation Claim?

Posted on: 4 October 2021

When you're injured on the job, you expect workers' compensation to cover your injuries and protect your livelihood. In almost every job, the law guarantees this to workers. Unfortunately, your employer may not always want to pay out on claims. How Does Workers' Compensation Work? Most employers must carry workers' compensation insurance that covers medical bills and lost wages due to injuries that happen to work. The most important part of understanding workers' compensation is that it is insurance.
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3 Crucial Services You'll Get From An Estate Litigation Lawyer

Posted on: 30 August 2021

If you are in the unfortunate position of having to deal with estate litigation, you want someone on your side who has experience. There are a lot of legalities involved, and without an experienced attorney, things can get very complicated and confusing very quickly. This article highlights three crucial services an estate litigation lawyer will offer you. 1. Representation During Probate Court Proceedings Probate disputes occur when an individual contests the validity of a will, or if there are disputes about who should be appointed as executor or administrator of an estate if someone dies without leaving a will.
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Should You Get Immediate Medical Treatment After A Personal Injury?

Posted on: 26 July 2021

Were you involved in an accident that resulted in some sort of injury, and now you are wondering what to do? You may not want to rush to the hospital in case the injury is not as bad as it seems, but not getting treated can have an impact on your personal injury case. Here are some things to know about this unique situation. Very Minor Injuries May Not Require Immediate Medical Treatment
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5 Less Common Indicators Your Estate Plan Should Include Trusts

Posted on: 15 June 2021

Should you add a trust to your estate plan? While some Americans' estate planning can be handled with the relative simplicity of a will, many people should use trusts as well. Revocable living trusts put assets into a separate entity you control but aren't subject to probate rules. Should you be one who uses this legal tool? Here are five less common indicators you may be.  1. Probate Costs Are High
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