What You Need To Know About Workers' Comp And COVID-19

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If you get injured on the job and the injury is not your fault, you might be entitled to file for workers’ compensation. Sometimes though, your employer might try to fight the case, at which point you would want to consider bringing in a workers’ compensation attorney. Traditionally, a workers’ comp claim is made after a physical injury is suffered. But there’s nothing traditional about the times we live in today.…

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The 4 Main Questions A Lawyer Will Ask When Meeting About Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

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During an initial meeting with a bankruptcy lawyer, you can learn a lot about the way Chapter 7 works and its effects on your finances. The lawyer can provide a lot of information and advice about your situation and case, but the attorney will ask you some questions before offering you these details. Here are the four main questions a bankruptcy lawyer will ask you during an initial consultation. 1. Have You Ever Filed for Bankruptcy?…

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When Do You Need A Business Lawyer To Review A Contract?

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Many business lawyers spend a good portion of their careers looking over contracts for their clients. You might be wondering exactly when you need to have one do the same for you. Not every agreement demands extensive legal review, but here are four that do.  Getting It Wrong Is Expensive Some contracts are tiny, but others can be massive to the point they might endanger your enterprise. Even if everything in the contract feels like boilerplate that you can easily sign, it’s wise to have an attorney parse the agreement.…

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