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5 Procedures to Find an Employment Lawyer

Friday, July 6, 2018

Trust is what matters when hiring an employment lawyer that is going to help you get the desired resolution to your case. Whether you are seeking counsel for the first time or looking to make some changes from your current representation, you need to find someone that you feel comfortable with on a personal and a professional level. Although finding the right lawyer, especially during a time of stress, can seem like a daunting prospect, there are a few guiding principles you can use to inform your search. View post

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8 Ways to Determine If You Qualify for Long-Term Disability

Thursday, June 28, 2018

Not sure if you qualify for long-term disability coverage? There are many causes of long-term disability, and some of the most common reasons are described below. View post

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4 Common Legal Issues In the Workplace

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Employment comes with many issues and conflict. It is not the perfect job due to various reasons. The apparent choice is to quit and move on. However, if the job is specialized and pays well, you may want to hold on to it. To retain your job without conflict, it is good to hire an employment lawyer.View post

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5 Common Legal Issues During a Divorce

Monday, May 7, 2018

Family lawyers are a valuable resource for people experiencing marital or common-law relationship breakdowns. Even if the break-up is amicable, it’s best to be represented by someone who will ensure your best interests and the interests of your children are protected. Here are five issues and situations a family lawyer can help with. View post

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3 Ways to Prepare for a Product Defect Lawsuit

Wednesday, May 2, 2018

Thousands of people suffer injuries due to product defects every year.  A product is considered defective if it has any flaws or it malfunctions during its intended use and causing injuries or illness as a result. Injuries caused by product defect fall into three categories - manufacturing defects, design defects or marketing defects.  Before filing a lawsuit it is important to know which parties can be held responsible. Lawsuits can fall into 3 different categories – negligence, liability, or breach of warranty case. Depending on circumstances the vendor, manufacturer, or even the designer can named as the defendant in the lawsuit. ...

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5 Most Common Types of Constructive Dismissal

Monday, April 30, 2018

Constructive dismissal is an employment law term describing passive force techniques used by an employer in an effort to make an employee resign from his position. Experiencing this type of unspoken rejection is illegal and downright terrifying. It’s may also be really difficult to prove in court. While a constructive dismissal may present itself in many forms, there are typically five main strategies that a company can use to make the unwelcome employee’s life miserable. Going even further, an employer may also use a single tactic or multiple combinations of the actions described below. 1. Taking Away Responsibilities At first, a reduction in ...

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