Keeping It Out Of The Courts: Compensation Without Suing

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When you get injured because another person's carelessness or negligence, you might automatically think "lawsuit", but filing suit is not always the the only, or best, solution. Taking someone to court for their misdeeds is both expensive and time-consuming, so read on to learn about some easier and quicker methods to get compensated for your injuries. Be demanding: There is a simple and very quick way to let the at-fault party know about your injuries, your damages and what you expect in the form of compensation.

31 May 2017

Child Support And The Best Interests Of The Child

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Divorcing couples who feel confused about how to protect their children from the negative effects of divorce may have some guidance at the hands of the law. The courts have always taken a stern approach to the protection of minor children, and potentially contentious divorce issues are no exception. Parents who want to the do the right thing when it comes to ensuring that their child not suffer, at least economically, might want to take a look at how child support is regulated with the goal of ensuring that the best interests of the the child is taken into consideration.

31 May 2017

Corporate Bankruptcy: What You Need To Know When Choosing An Attorney

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Dealing with a corporate bankruptcy is an extremely complex and lengthy process that should not be entered into without full legal representation. Filing for corporate bankruptcy, no matter the size of the business, is going to take some patience and legal expertise. You will be settling the debt owed by your company, so there are many things you will need to know about the process. Here are some things to consider:

24 May 2017

When Bad Behavior In School Could Be A Sign Of A Learning Disability

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It is alarming when you are getting reports that your child is acting out at school. The teacher is telling you that your child is unhappy, does not want to play with his or her peers, and is unable to focus on any tasks. It is hard to believe this because your child is completely different at home. There has to be a reason for the change in behavior. An explanation for the difference in behavior could be a learning disability.

19 May 2017

What Tricks Could a Trucking Company Use to Avoid Paying Your Accident Claim?

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After recovering from an accident with a commercial truck, you still have the difficult task of getting the insurance company to fairly compensate you for injuries and damages that occurred. As a response, the trucking company and its insurance provider might try to lessen the settlement amount. If you are not familiar with those tricks, you could end up settling for less than your claim is actually worth. To help you get a fairer settlement, here are some of the insurance company's tricks to look out for.

17 May 2017

Why Are Legitimate VA Claims Denied?

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After leaving the military, many veterans have medical or psychological conditions that need treatment. These conditions may not have been noticed during military service, they may not have been severe enough for an immediate medical discharge, or the chain of command at a final duty station may not have noticed the issue. While the Veterans Affairs (VA) disability claim system exists for supporting such conditions, the strict rules can result in a real condition being denied.

15 May 2017

Securing Your Future Through Preparation And Engagement - Questions For Your Probate Attorney

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Thinking about the end of your own life can be difficult and stressful, but it's also important to take that responsibility seriously. If you've built up assets or you have heirs who need to be taken care of, writing a will and guaranteeing the easiest possible transfer of your property is absolutely essential. The best way to start that process is to sit down and have an honest and open conversation with your probate attorney.

11 May 2017