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What To Do If You Were Involved In A Fatal Car Accident

Posted by on Nov 24, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Being involved in a fatal car accident is a very confusing a scary time. If law enforcement proves you caused the accident, you could be facing many charges against you including reckless driving and vehicular homicide. It’s important to know your rights and retain a good lawyer. No one should have to sit in jail for an accident. If you were recently involved in a fatal crash, or just want to know what to do if it ever happens, here is some advice on what to do after the fact; along with some charges that you could be facing. Remain Silent Whenever you watch crime shows, you see police tell someone they’ve arrested that they have the right to remain silent. That is part of your Miranda rights, and it is absolutely true. It’s better to stay quiet than...

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Family Law – How To Avoid Legal Battles During The Adoption Process

Posted by on Nov 20, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you are currently considering adopting a child, then you should know that most adoptions take about 12 months to complete. The process can be long and difficult, and it is in your best interest to hire a family law attorney to help you through your adoption journey. Once you hire the lawyer, make sure that the following things are done so that future legal issues do not arise. Make Sure Parental Rights are Waved You have many options available to you when you want to adopt a child, and some individuals decide to adopt a baby directly from the mother. This can be a good way to forego the fees and delays that arise with an adoption agency. Some mothers will claim that they do not know the father of the child or they do not know where...

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More Men Are Filing Sexual Harassment Lawsuits. Here Are 3 Reasons Why

Posted by on Nov 19, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Up until recently, it was very rare for a man to avail himself of his rights under the sexual harassment laws. These were seen as a means to protect women from discrimination and harassment on the job, which was and still is a big problem. The laws provided equal protection to men, but the idea of a sexual harassment lawsuit by a man was unusual. This trend is gradually changing, however. In the years from 1990 to 2009, the number of men filing sexual harassment lawsuits increased from 8 percent of all harassment claims to 16 percent. In fact, the number of men filing sexual harassment claims is increasing, even though overall numbers of such claims among both genders are decreasing. What are the reasons for the increase in the number of men who are filing sexual harassment lawsuits?...

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Receiving Worker’s Compensation? What You Need To Know About Your Nurse Case Manager

Posted by on Nov 18, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you are receiving worker’s compensation you may have a nurse case manager assigned to your case. While there are generally clear guidelines for your nurse case manager, you may feel that he or she is a bit intrusive on your privacy. It’s important to understand the role of your nurse case manager. That way, you may be able to determine if the actions he or she takes are appropriate or not. Here’s what you need to know. What Does a Nurse Case Manager Do? A nurse case manager facilitates treatment by arranging appointments with various medical professionals and discusses your treatment with them. He or she may schedule appointments on your behalf to suit your schedule as well as their own. Another role of a nurse case manager (NCM) is to get you back on your feet again...

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How To Avoid Overexerting Yourself At Work

Posted by on Nov 17, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

According to BusinessInsurance.com, overexertion injuries are the most common reason for someone to file a workers’ compensation claim. You might think that if you work in a job that is not physically demanding, you are immune to this type of injury. Unfortunately, that’s not true: You can overexert your body in nearly any setting, because if you do any lifting, carrying, pulling, pushing or even holding, you might be at risk. The good news is that in many cases, these types of injuries are avoidable. Read on to find out how you can avoid overexerting yourself at your workplace. Watch Your Positioning One great rule of thumb to keep in mind is to always keep your toes pointed in the same direction as your nose. While this is not always possible, keeping your body aligned properly can go a...

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