• Expungement of Criminal Records: Get the Facts


    Many people with a criminal record have problems living a normal life. For example, they might have trouble getting a job or renting an apartment because of an employer or landlord's reluctance to deal with someone who has committed a crime in the past. In certain instances, however, you can avoid these types of issues due to a legal procedure known as expungement. The following article takes a closer look at this concept.   What It Is Expungement involves a sealing of an individual's criminal records by the presiding jurisdiction.
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  • How To Survive A Workers Compensation Video Deposition


    If you have been injured at work and filed for workers compensation, you should a expect the employer's insurer to request a video deposition. A deposition is a video taped question and answer session taken under oath about your work injuries, which commonly occurs at the claimant's lawyer's office. It sounds nerve-wracking to answer questions under oath, but the following tips will help you prepare for the deposition. Questions to Expect
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  • Can Workers' Comp Cover Your PTSD?


    Not all work-related injuries are visible to the eye; mental disorders brought on by work can cause a crippling inability to do your job. If you have been involved in, or even witnessed, a traumatic event in the course of your job, you may be eligible to receive benefits through your employer's workers' comp insurance coverage. Like other mental health disorders, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) can be more difficult to prove.
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  • Is Workers' Comp Right For You?


    If you were injured at work, then you have a couple of options ahead of you. In some cases, workers' comp is better, and in some cases, a personal injury lawsuit is better. To help you figure out exactly what you should do, here is a rough framework of the road ahead and some details that you should know before proceeding: Report and Treat the Injury The absolute first thing that you need to do is get medical attention for your injury.
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  • Confused About VA Claim Denials?


    Filling a claim with the Veterans Affairs (VA) disability system can be confusing, especially if you don't have any experience with legal or administrative systems. Although paperwork format is important, it isn't administrative mistakes or the rumors "dot the i's and cross the t's" that leads to denials. The VA can simply ask you to correct that kind of information, but if you're lacking evidence for your claimed conditions or if your evidence isn't convincing enough, a denial is likely to arrive in your mail.
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  • 3 Lies Television Taught You About Personal Injury Lawsuits


    Television has a way of teaching people about personal injury lawsuits. There are many shows and movies that have riveting portrayals of people filing personal injury lawsuits and showing the positive outcomes from the trial. Although there are some situations that turn out to be like these television shows and movies, they are not common. In fact, there are many ways that these shows have falsely educated the public about personal injury lawsuits.
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  • Why Your Personal Injury Lawyer Wishes You'd Stay Off Social Media


    If you've been involved in a particularly nasty auto accident, you may have injuries and medical bills for which you're trying to reach a settlement with an insurance company. To avoid all the stress and negotiations, you hired a personal injury attorney to manage the case for you and work on getting the best possible settlement.   But the process can be a long one, and you may even have ongoing injuries that have kept you from working or from participating in many of the activities you used to do.
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  • How You Can Sue Someone Over Damaging Gossip That Cost You Your Job


    Gossip and drama are everywhere you go. You can find someone talking about some else on social media websites, in people's homes and in many public places all of the time. While it is old news that people chat to one another about other people, it may be bad news for you when you learn someone has told a vicious lie about you and it has cost you your job. Find out more about the steps you can take for suing the person that lied about you.
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  • Important Questions To Ask Your Potential Motorcycle Accident Attorney


    Have you recently been involved in a motorcycle accident? Are you worried that the insurance company might not be willing to pay you everything you deserve? No matter whether it was you or the other driver who was on the motorcycle at the time of the accident, dealing with insurance companies may seem like a confusing new career. Fortunately, you can always hire a motorcycle accident attorney to take care of everything for you.
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  • 5 Ways To Help You Get Workers' Compensation


    If you've been hurt at work, this can be a challenging time for you. The inability to work and the increased number of medical bills can take a serious toll on your financial well-being. One of the most effective ways for you to recover from your injury at work is by receiving workers' compensation. This will allow you to be reimbursed for all or part of your expenses that are related to your injury.
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