Law

sexual harassment

Court Holds a Corporation Can Act “Personally” in Some Circumstances

October 29, 2019

Employers face a variety of liability hotspots in relation to sexual harassment and assault. In order to avoid this liability, the most efficient course of action an employer can take is to work to prevent any sexual harassment or assault from being perpetrated by employees. Gasic v. Marquette Management, Inc., a recent Illinois case demonstrates […]

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Can Illegal Immigrants Be Represented By Criminal Lawyers?

March 18, 2019

Do illegal immigrants have a right to be represented by criminal lawyers? The answer is yes, however in order to effectively represent an illegal immigrant the criminal lawyer must have a deep understanding of immigration law. The law states that any illegal immigrant who conducts serious crimes that include, but are not limited to, the […]

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workplace injury

What Should I Do If I Am Injured at Work?

November 16, 2018

A workplace injury can impact your life in many ways. While an injury causes harm to you physically well-being, it can also do serious damage to your financial well-being. A large majority of people who experience a workplace injury need to stop working temporarily to properly recover. A loss of work also means a loss […]

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Bail Bonds Services

What Exactly Do You Have to Understand About Boulder Bail Bonds Services?

October 17, 2018

In times when unpredictable circumstances arise that leads to an arrest or incarceration that happens to you or a member of your family, you want to know and seek what are your possible options for this kind of situation. It is already known that there are a tremendous stress and emotional difficulties in this type […]

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work injury claim form

What Does a Worker’s Compensation Attorney Do?

August 11, 2018

Have you ever been injured at work and your employer refused to take responsibility? The law mandates that every employer must have valid workers’ compensation insurance. In situations where an employer fails to take full responsibility, a divorce attorney plymouth ma comes in handy. Similarly, some employees take advantage of the situation and impose unreasonable […]

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Discrimination in the Workplace

11 Point of View About Discrimination in the Workplace

July 8, 2017

Discrimination in the workplace according to the US federal laws is something that could happen at any time- be it hiring someone, promoting or demoting someone, or even when firing someone. The discrimination arises from the fact that there is some sort of prejudice that leads to an unfair treatment among two different employees. There […]

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How to Stay Safe with Electricity in our Lives

March 31, 2017

Our lives currently run on electricity. Our smartphones, lights, cooking equipment and even cars are all going electric. With electricity, however, there is the eminent danger of being electrocuted if there is a fault on the electric lines. We give you tips on how to stay safe living with electricity.

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Car and Motorcycle Statistics

Car vs. Motorcycle Accidents

March 28, 2017

The Rise of Motorcycle and Car Accidents In terms of car accidents, the last few years have been brutal. In the first 9 months of 2016, the National Safety Council announced that 19,100 people had already lost their lives in motorcycle and car accidents. In less than a year, crash related injuries and deaths cost […]

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ATV accidents

9 Reasons ATV Accidents Happen in Florida

February 27, 2017

vacationers). However, as fun as it is to hit the dirt trail and watch the mud fly, riding an ATV can be very dangerous. ATV accidents happen all the time. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), in 2012 alone, there were 100,000 injuries involving ATVs in the USA. Worse yet, Florida ranks […]

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Workplace

3 Top Causes of Accidents in the Workplace

February 1, 2017

Workplace safety is a serious issue for everyone. Whether you have a desk job in a downtown Tampa office, run a cash register for a store, or maintain crucial utility infrastructure, every workplace has some risk of injury—some more severe than others. According to data from the National Safety Council (NSC), “every 7 seconds… a […]

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