4 Common Types Of Divorce

Posted on: 4 February 2016

Divorce can be one of the most difficult experiences that you, your spouse, children, and the rest of your family have to go through. One of the best ways you can go about a speedy, hassle-free divorce, is to decide on what type of divorce you wish proceed with. It is recommended that you consult with your divorce attorney before coming to a decision on such a matter. Contested Divorce
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When Can You Receive Compensation For A Dog Bite From A Homeowner's Insurance Policy?

Posted on: 18 January 2016

Your ability to receive compensation from a unprovoked dog bite is affected by both state law and the homeowner's insurance policy. Both issues contain variables that can make or break a case for a victim of a dog bite. State law and dog bites Several states have laws in place that recognize specific breeds of dogs as inherently dangerous, usually because the breed has a tendency to be more aggressive and likely to bit than other breeds.
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Important Questions To Ask Before Hiring A Workers Compensation Attorney

Posted on: 30 December 2015

Were you injured at work, causing you to lose out on your paycheck? Are you out of work indefinitely and you don't know what to do? If you were injured on the job, this can make you eligible for workers compensation money. Unfortunately, this can mean a prolonged court battle as you try to convince a judge to award you money for your pain and suffering. For the best possible results, you should definitely consider hiring an attorney to represent you.
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Transgender Rights In The Workplace

Posted on: 14 December 2015

The civil rights of transgender individuals are the same as those afforded based on race, ethnicity, national origin, and sexual preference. Harassment or discrimination is illegal, but not always easy to prove if it is not directed toward a transgender individual in an obvious or direct manner. However, the individual can successfully fight against discrimination in their workplace by carefully documenting specific instances where discrimination or harassment have occurred, including any perpetrators or witnesses that may have been present at each occurrence.
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