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Were You Injured At A Construction Site? Action You Should Take After The Accident

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Construction sites can be dangerous. This is why only authorized workers and personnel are allowed at the job site and why there are many safety rules in place, such as wearing a hard hat. If you are a construction worker or were legally on a construction site and you were injured, you may be able to sue the construction company or builder for your injuries. It is important that you take the right steps after the accident to help ensure you have the evidence you need to win your case.…

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Everything You Need To Know About Probation Violations

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If you have been convicted of a crime or plead guilty as part of a plea deal, you may be placed on probation. As part of the terms of your probation, you are given rules that you must follow and adhere to. If you do not follow those rules, you can be charged with a probation violation. If found guilty of the violation, you can be sent back to jail or have your probation extended.…

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How A Car Accident Attorney Can Help You Deal With The Aftermath Of A Significant Auto Collision

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Car accidents are never fun to deal with, especially if you’re not responsible for one occurring. Damages may have resulted and you shouldn’t be responsible for their costs. You won’t be when you work with a trusted car accident attorney, who can handle this situation in the following ways.  Assess Case Strength  Some auto collisions warrant legal resource more than others, and you can find out if your personal injury case is worth going to court over by working with a car accident attorney.…

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Working Again And Partial Workers' Comp Disability

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When a work-related injury sidelines you, the outcome of the incident can vary according to the extent of your injuries. In most cases, you can take some time off of work and then return when the doctor clears you. In other cases, your injury is so severe that you cannot work at any job again and are ruled to be 100% disabled. There is a middle ground, however, where you can still work and where you are still entitled to some workers’ comp benefits.…

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Lose A Loved One After Surgery? Get A Wrongful Death Attorney

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When you lose a loved one, you need time to grieve and process the death. In most cases, the death of someone you love is somewhat predictable: family members or friends are often sick for some time before succumbing to death, allowing you time to come to terms with what is happening and make preparations. However, a routine surgery is not usually cause to believe a person can pass away. While unforeseen circumstances can cause a person to die on the surgical table, such as a reaction to anesthesia, complications during surgery, or other issues, when your loved one passes away during surgery, you’re probably shocked and angry as a result.…

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Hire An Unbundled Immigration Attorney To Represent You In Gaining Green Card Status

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When you’ve been granted residency or citizenship in America, there are many freedoms that accompany your living in a society that offers you many opportunities. Your rights enable you to claim unique opportunities here in the United States. That includes protected freedoms such as religion and speech. You also, under certain limitations, have the freedom to globally travel and even engage in international commerce. An unbundled immigration attorney is able to help you when you’ve started the process of obtaining green card immigration status.…

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A Pain In The Back: Getting Paid For Your Herniated Disk

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If you are the victim of a careless driver then you are entitled to seek money damages. Almost any way that your life has been impacted by the car wreck deserves consideration–particularly your medical expenses. Even a somewhat minor crash can impact one of the most vulnerable areas of your body: your back. When your back hurts you can be in agony everywhere, so read on to learn more about one of the more common back injury situations–herniated disks.…

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Mistakes You Don't Want To Make With A Divorce: What You Want To Know In Advance

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If you are getting ready for a divorce and you are so angry with your spouse that you would do anything to “take them for everything you have”, you need to hit the brakes and slow down. You first need to meet with a lawyer to make sure that you don’t do anything that you would regret or that could hurt you in court. Here are some of the things that you should know while you’re waiting to meet with a lawyer so that you don’t make any mistakes before the paperwork is filed.…

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5 Reasons You May Need To Hire An Attorney For Your Workers' Compensation Claim

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Typically, when you are injured at work, workers’ compensation insurance pays for medical bills and lost wages. Usually, these cases are cut and dry because you don’t have to prove fault. However, there are some times when it may be best to hire an attorney for your claim. Check out these five reasons you may need to hire an attorney for your workers’ compensation claim. Your Employer Doesn’t Have Workers’ Compensation Insurance…

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Can You Get A Witness? Understanding How Witnesses Work In Your Personal Injury Situation

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The need to act quickly after an accident is vital; the longer you wait, the more likely your evidence is to disappear. One prime piece of evidence when it comes to car wrecks is a witness. Witnesses can turn a “he said she said” situation into a compelling and convincing case that will award you for your damages. For a quick primer on a couple of different types of witnesses, read on.…

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