When Your Workers' Comp Injury Is at MMI

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While you are likely very grateful for the workers' comp benefits you've been receiving up to now, you may be wondering when you will be able to return to work. After all, that portion of your salary that you are being paid to stay home and recuperate just doesn't go very far when paying bills. At this benefit level, workers' comp is not meant to go on forever, so you may be asked to participate in a special type of medical exam.

23 August 2017

How A Real Estate Attorney Can Prevent Problems With Your Brokerage Agreement

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Buying a home is one of the most significant purchases that you will make in this lifetime. This purchase is something that you should not take lightly. Unforeseen problems can occur in real estate transactions. For these reasons, you must prepare for anything going wrong. Read on to find out how a real estate attorney can prevent problems with your brokerage Agreement. What Is A Brokerage Agreement? Many real estate agents put in a lot of time, work and even money when it comes to selling houses.

12 August 2017

Understanding The Basics of Workers Compensation Claims

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Being out of work and having to live on a reduced amount of income is hard, and when you have been injured at work, the benefits are sometimes difficult to get. In most cases, the insurance company that holds the worker compensation insurance may try to prove the injury was not a result of your job so that they can avoid paying the benefits out. A workers compensation attorney can help you navigate the challenges and get the benefits you deserve.

3 August 2017

Key Facts You Should Know When There Is Fear Of A Custody Dispute From Your Parents Or In-Laws Over Your Children

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If you are the parent of one or more minor children and for any reason, the kid's grandparents are threatening tosue for custody of them, it's easy to permit those threats to impact your life unnecessarily. However, it's important to be aware that grandparent's rights are often quite limited and their rights to access of the children in question can vary from one state to another. In addition, courts will almost always prefer to side with the biological or legal parents when there are custody issues prior to placing them with a third party, even if the third parties are extended family members.

26 July 2017

3 Common Complications That Go Along With Shoulder Replacement Surgery

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If you are thinking about having a shoulder replacement surgery, you might be a bit nervous about the complications that can go along with the procedure. These are some of the complications that you should be aware of. 1. Infection When having any surgery, it is important to understand the dangers and risks of infection. Fortunately, modern surgeons follow specific procedures to help ensure that the surgery is done in the most sanitary way possible to help prevent infections.

19 July 2017

Avoiding Fights Over An Estate

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What kind of a legacy do you want to leave behind? Most people will not answer that question by saying, "I want my children to fight over the money, house, and other goods that I leave behind." Yet, if you do not do careful estate planning that may be exactly what happens. The problem is that when no clear will or testament is left behind, people may have serious disagreements over what should go to whom.

14 July 2017

Age Discrimination in the Workplace: An Epic Midlife Crisis You Don't Have to Face Alone

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Getting older presents everyone with a unique set of challenges, from losing hair and gaining weight to new physical ailments and obstacles, but if you're facing middle age and being discriminated against for it at your place of employment, your whole world can come crashing down around you. The very job that's sustained you for perhaps many years now seems out to get rid of you, simply for getting older. This isn't acceptable conduct, and in fact, it's highly illegal.

6 July 2017