Key Personal Injury Concepts Client Should Learn

Posted on: 30 April 2019

When working with a personal injury attorney, a lot of concepts can be thrown around in trying to explain what's going on. Even the best lawyer can sometimes be quick to operate under the assumption a client gets all these ideas. As someone looking to hire an attorney, it's wise to familiarize yourself with some of the basic concepts that underpin personal injury law in America. Loss and Damages  When a person is deprived of something of value, this is legally considered a loss.
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It's Tax Season: 4 Reasons Why You Need To Hire A Tax Advisor

Posted on: 1 April 2019

Tax season is here. If you haven't sat down with a tax advisor, you may be putting yourself at risk, especially if special circumstances exist. Mistakes on your tax return can come back to haunt you. Here are just four of the critical reasons why hiring a tax advisor is so important. You've Been Tagged for an Audit If you've been tagged for an audit, you need to sit down with a tax advisor as soon as possible.
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Being Discriminated At Your Job Based On Your Age? 3 Examples To Watch Out For

Posted on: 26 February 2019

Discrimination in the workplace can happen for a variety of reasons, but you may not expect it to happen based on your age. It's one aspect about you that is completely out of your control, and your employer may be using it against you in a negative way. Here are some examples of age discrimination in the workplace. Being Fired To Keep Younger Workers If your employer has decided to do layoffs, take a look at the demographic of who is being let go.
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4 Mistakes That May Limit The Amount You Can Sue For In A Personal Injury Case

Posted on: 21 January 2019

If you have been injured due to someone else's negligence, you may be attempting to collect money from the responsible party in a personal injury lawsuit. You should be able to sue for the entirety of your lost wages and medical bills, perhaps along with some additional funds to cover pain and suffering. But the process the judge uses to determine whether your case is really worth what you are asking for can get a bit complex.
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