Should You Sue Or Get Worker's Compensation?

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Employees who have grievances against their employer because of injury or an occupational disease are usually better served going through the worker’s compensation system as opposed to filing a lawsuit. Although there are some exceptions, general consensus is that you cannot file a direct lawsuit against your employer, especially for reimbursement of medical expenses and other related costs relating to a work injury or occupational disease. Why? Because of the no fault system.…

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Things That Could Be Considered For Pain And Suffering Damages After A Car Accident

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Most people climb behind the wheel of their vehicle every day to get where they need to go and never give a thought to just what could happen because another driver is reckless, distracted, or careless. The fact is, every day there are 3,287 deaths caused by automobile accidents and an insane number of injured victims. If you ever find yourself injured after an accident, it is critical that you speak with an attorney to ensure you are fairly compensated.…

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Need A Liquor License? What To Know

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If you are applying for a liquor license for a business, this isn’t something that you should do without legal help. There are a lot of restrictions and details that may be difficult to understand when it comes to the process of obtaining a liquor license, and you want to make sure that you do what you need to get everything completed properly. Here are some of the things that you want to talk with a lawyer about, and that could be a problem when you go to apply for the license.…

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