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  • 6 Tips For Managing Finances After Death

    After a death, most people have no idea how to react. When you consider all the finances involved, coping with death can become even more challenging. Even if your loved one took careful notes and maintained records, you might struggle to find everything you need with passwords, accounts, and strange filing systems. If your loved one was very secretive about finances and passwords, you might struggle to find the information you need to take care of business.
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  • What Is Duty Of Due Care?

    The thought of losing a loved one is never easy, but the thought of losing someone because of the negligence of another party is one of the hardest things you can experience. If you have had this unfortunate experience and decide to hire a wrongful death attorney, you will probably feel a little overwhelmed with all of the new terminologies the attorney will use to describe your situation. One of the terms that is likely to come up is a duty of care.
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  • Essential Elements Of Evidence Needed To Win A Workers Compensation Case

    If you recently filed for workers compensation and your employer denied it, you may want to continue pursuing your case because there is still a chance you will qualify for workers compensation. To win your case, the main thing you will need is evidence, and there are several essential elements of evidence you should gather up as you begin building your case with a workers compensation lawyer. Proof of Injuries
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  • A Probate Lawyer Can Help You With The Whole Probate Process

    When a family member has died, there is a whole process that you must go through when it comes to their will and probate. There are ways that you can make it easier, including hiring a probate lawyer. So, what is probate? Probate Probate is the legal process in which a will goes before the court and is approved. When the probate court approves the will, it is then entered as a public document.
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  • Resolve A Conflict With Your Ex Involving Visitation With Your Children

    If your ex picked your children up for the weekend and refused to bring them home at the time that you both agreed upon and brought them home several hours late, you have every right to be upset and may even feel as if you are not going to be able to trust your ex with your kids any longer. It can be scary to contemplate not seeing your children when you expect to and can cause you undue stress and restlessness.
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  • 3 Important Reasons To Use Estate Planning Services

    Have you been giving thought to your last wishes? Are you finally getting ready to put everything down into writing so that your friends and family will know what to do when the time comes? Whether you're completely sure how you want everything to be divided up or you're still making last minute changes, it's not always easy to put your last wishes into written form. In fact, even if you know exactly how everything should be distributed, it's a good idea to consult with a professional regarding how things should be.
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  • Shoulder Injuries: Are You Eligible For Workers' Compensation Benefits?

    If you injure your shoulder on the job, you should apply for workers' compensation benefits as soon as you can. But if your employer refuses to acknowledge or report your injury, speak to an attorney. Regardless of how you injured your shoulder, you may still be entitled to workers' comp benefits. Here's why you qualify for workers' compensation benefits and what you can do to get them. What Are Your Employer's Responsibilities?
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  • Two Reasons Passengers May Not Collect Damages In An Auto Accident

    When you're a passenger in an auto accident, you have just as much a right to collect compensation for your injuries as the driver. Unfortunately, there are some things that can prevent you from doing so. Here are two things that can affect the success of your accidents case and what, if anything, you can do about them: You're Married to the Liable Party A common reason a passenger may be barred from collecting damages for an accident is that he or she is married to the person who caused the accident.
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  • 4 Common Mistakes To Avoid When Applying For Social Security

    One of the ways to get compensation for an injury you may have at some point in life is by filling out an application and giving it to your social security department. Hopefully this will enable you to be compensated on a monthly basis and allow you to get your bills paid. However, there are a number of reasons this may not happen because of mistakes you've made during this process.
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  • How Difficult Is It To Win A Medical Malpractice Case?

    One of the misconceptions about medical malpractice cases is that if a medical care provider causes injury to a patient, he or she will automatically be liable for the damages. The reality is that medical malpractice cases are complex and require significant time and effort to win. From day one, you need to understand what you are facing and what you can do to potentially overcome challenges. Why Is It Hard to Win?
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