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7 Steps To Making A Work Accident Claim

10th January 2012
Copyright (c) 2011 Julie Glynn Before you decide to make a work accident claim, you need to know exactly how the process works, allowing you to understand what is happening at each stage. Although every case will differ, there are 7 main steps to f...
Author: Julie Glynn

Various Types of Divorce

14th April 2011
There are two types of Divorce Lawyer in India. A petition for divorce could either be contested or uncontested i.e. mutual consent. 95 % of all cases that are filed in India today are “contested” in nature. That is one of the primary reasons why we see m...
Author: Vikas Gupta
Employment Law

Employers Responsible For Preventing Workplace Violence Under Bill 168

31st March 2011
No one wants to work in an environment where harassment and discrimination are tolerated. As new laws are created and old ones are amended, protecting your employees needs to become a top priority. In Ontario, Bill 168 was introduced last summer as a way ...
Author: iSightSoftware

Motion To Dismiss Credit Card Lawsuit

10th February 2011
A motion to dismiss can be a great tool but is not your best tool in a collection case. Many people have discovered that the banks have been suing people for years with the same complaint forms under the same banking system of rules and procedures. In fac...
Author: Allan Henry

A.J. Burnett did not Undergo Divorce

07th February 2011
Soon after obtaining been by means of a undesirable season A.J. Burnett's season overall performance was criticized by Colin Cowherd. This is a sports radio jockey who works for ESPN. Colin stated that A.J.Burnett had gone by means of a vicious divorce wh...
Author: Lewis Pitts

Leo Medina Denies Attorney Part

31st January 2011
Divorce lawyers are also amongst the prime earning tax payers in the United States, since they proceed to be in higher need. America continues to divorce at a higher rate despite there becoming courses for partners to take by the Catholic Church and other...
Author: Son Cummings
Criminal Law

New York Criminal Lawyer: Know the lawyers

28th January 2011
It is hard to discover a great lawyer for a criminal circumstance. There are a range of choices and options to pick from but you can not just change from counsel to counsel. Certainly, the appropriate lawyer can offer an a lot greater edge to resolving a ...
Author: laradamin22

Different Types of Divorce

23rd September 2010
Divorce is the termination of marriage, ending its sanctity and disregarding the responsibilities of both parties upon marriage. In the US, nearly half of the population of married couples divorce every year. Divorce in New Jersey and the rest of the nati...
Author: Dalton Nolan
Medical Malpractice

What Happens If I'm Sued For Medical Malpractice?

16th September 2010
Going through a medical malpractice lawsuit is a major inconvenience for everyone involved. It is time consuming and expensive, not to mention the emotional toll it can take on a person's body and mind. As a doctor, you've probably put a great deal of e...
Author: Maria Palma
Business Law

Benefits Of Company Formation

19th July 2010
The fact that you have decided that you need to have your own company does not mean that there are no steps to be followed. In fact, it is usually a good idea which is usually easier said than done. In other words, there are some steps which have to be fo...
Author: wmhavenseo
Immigration Law

How Do You Avail Relief from Deportation Proceedings

22nd June 2010
What if a non-US citizen or an alien is being expelled from the US under Immigration and Nationality Act (INA)? The process is traumatic for those who are already going through the phase. The removal proceedings include several complicated steps right ...
Author: Daniel Smith

Santander UK causes £2.8m Damage to Employee

06th May 2010
Allegations of race discrimination appear to have stuck on Santander UK in a high-profile legal battle that has made UK history on a number of accounts. Santander UK is the UK bank previously known as Abbey National and taken over in 2004 by Emilio Bot...
Author: Simon King
Personal Injury

Should You Make Reporting Injuries in the Workplace a Priority?

23rd April 2010
Recently, the State requested an explanation from a company that manufactures plastic about why it did not report workplace injuries to the State's Workers' Compensation Board, which could result in their being fined upwards of $52,500. An investigation o...
Author: Carmela Martin
Personal Injury

Beginning Personal Injury Negotiations

22nd March 2010
Preparation for the Negotiations As a personal injury attorney in San Francisco, I have seen parties attempt to exaggerate their claim or their injuries. This usually ends up poorly for the attorney and the client. One of the biggest problems regardi...
Author: Jason Lundberg

The Importance of Trust in an Attorney/Client Relationship

11th March 2010
I have always recognized the importance of rapport, good faith and mutual respect between a client and his/her attorney. However, it was only very recently that I came to realize just how important they are, and how significantly the psychological aspect...
Author: Mark Baer
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