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2018

Starting A New Job? Protect Yourself Should You Ever Need Worker's Compensation

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If you’ve just started a new job and are researching your state’s worker’s compensation laws, you have a great opportunity to start protecting yourself now in case you ever need to file a worker’s compensation claim. Many people don’t realize that the claim isn’t decided on just the location or cause of the injury – your behavior before and after the injury plays into the outcome as well. Here are three steps to take now (and to keep taking) to help increase your chances of getting maximum worker’s compensation payouts.…

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A Few Common Divorce Questions Addressed

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The process of going through a divorce can be a confusing and stressful experience for anyone. However, being informed about what to expect from these proceedings may help to alleviate some of this stress. To this end, learning the answers to the following few questions may help to give you a better sense of clarity about this confusing and stressful topic. What If Your Spouse Refuses to Agree to a Divorce?…

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Party Foul! Dealing With Slanderous Statements Overheard At Parties

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Parties are often a great way to get together with friends, but what happens when you hear somebody you barely know making negative statements about you at a party? Is this an instance of slander and can you sue and win? Deciding If It Qualifies For Slander One of the difficulties of slander cases is deciding whether or not the comments made by the person even qualify as slander. In a party situation, people say a lot of ridiculous things and there’s a chance that their off-hand comment was a joke.…

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