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Many divorces involve drama and intense arguments over every matter because the two parties cannot agree. This is often what you see on TV and in celebrity divorces, but it doesn’t have to be this way. If you and your spouse are going through a...

Even when employees exercise safety precautions, workplace accidents do still happen. Most employers have workers’ compensation coverage to protect employees, whether or not the accident was their fault. However, not many employees understand how the process works. While the laws can get complicated – after all,...

If you have carefully considered all potential options in saving your marriage and concluded that it is definitely over, there are some steps that you should consider as you move forward and contemplate a divorce. Meet with a Divorce Attorney Before you start down the road to...

Employees make many mistakes when they end up getting hurt on the job. As a result, they often run into problems when it comes to receiving workers' compensation. If you are ever hurt on the job, there are a few things that you should do...

If you are considering a divorce, many questions will run through your mind with one of the primary ones being "Am I doing the right thing?" Divorce is a hard and challenging decision that can have an impact on your finances, health, children, and several other...

Reviews of workers’ compensation cases provide guidelines and precedent to help employees, and potential petitioners understand the law. This case evaluated an injury an employee received while “on-call” for his position. On-call employees are those employees who are required to remain at or within the...