Two Tips For Proving You Were Fired For Filing A Worker’s Comp Claim

When you're injured at work, you have the right to submit a claim with worker's comp and get paid for any damages and losses you suffered. To avoid paying the claim or just to be spiteful, some employers will fire employees who file for worker's comp. This is called retaliatory termination and is completely illegal, but proving it can be very challenging. Here are a couple of things you can do to make your case and obtain the outcome you desire. Read More 

3 Divorce Types For Ending Your Marriage

One of the more emotional times in life may be when you realize that your marriage is no longer working.  This could be due to several reasons that may range from financial to infidelity. It's ideal for getting through this time with the least amount of challenges. Knowing the best divorce type to suit your needs can be extremely beneficial. 1. Uncontested divorce One of the least stressful types of divorce is an uncontested one. Read More 

When A Personal Injury Case Goes To Trial: What To Expect

The vast majority of personal injury cases never see the light of a courtroom. The attorneys handling both parties can generally negotiate and come up with a settlement that satisfies their clients. However, there are a small number of cases that can only be settled in a courtroom by trial. Given the rarity of this situation, some accident victims have no idea what to expect. Here is what happens during a trial. Read More 

Myths About Your Wrongful Death Case

A wrongful death can be one of the most tragic events that a family can experience. Rather than feeling powerless about pursuing justice against those that are responsible for the death, you as a survivor can become informed so they can make informed legal decisions. Myth: All the Compensation from a Wrongful Death Lawsuit Will Be Heavily Taxed The assumption that all of the compensation from the wrongful death lawsuit will be heavily taxed can be extremely discouraging to those that are considering their options. Read More 

Receiving Social Security? When Will You Need A Lawyer?

Social Security benefits are something you can get when you retire or if you become unable to work any longer due to injury or illness. When it comes to these kinds of benefits, you get what you put in, in most cases. The more money you earn and the longer you work, the better your chances will be that you will land a decent amount of Social Security when you need benefits or become eligible for the benefits. Read More