Tips For Vetting Expert Witness For Your Personal Injury Case

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Before you choose someone to be an expert witness for a personal injury case, you and your personal injury attorney will have to vet the person. The following are some of the tips to use for the vetting process. Scrutinize Academic Credentials In most cases, a person becomes an expert on a subject by going to school and studying the subject. Therefore, the academic credentials of your potential expert witness should be your first port of call during vetting.

4 July 2019

What Happens If You Get Charged With A Crime While On Probation?

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If you faced a criminal charge in recent times and were placed on probation for the crime, you will need to do all you can to follow the terms of your probation, and one term you must follow is not getting arrested for another crime. If you end up arrested for another crime while on probation, you should be aware of the following three things. Committing a crime is one of the worst types of probation violation

6 June 2019

What To Do After Filing For Workers Compensation From Your Employer

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When you're hurt on the job it's good to know that there are actions you can take to receive restitution for your injuries:  Filing workers compensation. The money that you receive from workers compensation allows you to take it easy while you recuperate so that your recovery can be as speedy as possible. If you've filed for workers compensation and are either in the process of waiting to receive the funds or have already received your first check there is still more to do.

4 May 2019

Getting Older And Think You Have An Age Discrimination Case? Signs That You Do And How An Age Discrimination Lawyer Can Help You

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If you think you have age discrimination in your workplace, this is a serious legal issue. To help you, below are some signs that you do have age discrimination, as well as how a lawyer that deals with this type of law can help you. Signs of Age Discrimination There are many signs of age discrimination, including: Employer Harassing You If your employer is harassing you about your age, they may be trying to get you to leave the company.

26 March 2019

Fighting A DUI Your Received While Not Driving

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Driving while under the influence of any alcohol or controlled substances can lead to a DUI. Driving drunk on the road and being pulled over will have serious consequences. For these reasons it is appropriate to stay off of the road when you are under the influence. There are times where you may not be driving, but you would potentially be charged with a DUI. If you are sitting in the front of your vehicle that is turned on or if you are found in the front of a vehicle when you are drunk, you could be charged with DUI.

14 January 2019

Don't Get Taken In By These Bail Bond Scams

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When a loved one calls on you for help, it's only natural to do everything in your power to help them. When that loved one is sitting behind bars in jail, the situation takes on a new and disturbing dimension. While you want to do what you can to arrange bail for your loved one, you should take care in doing so. Scammers prey on the vulnerability of loved ones and, if you aren't careful, you can be taken for an expensive ride.

14 January 2019

When Time Is Of The Essence: Quicker SSDI Approvals

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When a worker falls victim to certain medical disorders, they may qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). Unfortunately, applicants must be prepared to wait for many months to find out if their cases are approved or denied. Some serious categories of illnesses have been identified by the Social Security Administration (SSA) as being eligible for a quicker approval process. Read on to find out more about the three SSA programs that might allow your loved one to gain Social Security benefits faster than usual.

30 November 2018