Workers’ Compensation And Being Rehabilitated For A New Job

28 February 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

Workers' compensation insurance provides accident victims with more than just medical care and disability wages. If you are unable to return to your previous job because of the work-related injury you sustained, you may also be eligible for other benefits. Read on to find out more about workers' compensation rehabilitation benefits. Maximum Medical Improvement The above term may be used to describe an injury that is not expected to get any better. Read More 

Can Mental Illness Qualify Someone for Workers’ Comp?

25 January 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

Some people become very stressed and anxious when they work high-stress jobs. When you are in an environment where you are constantly exposed to a toxic and stressful environment, you can suffer physical and psychological damages. If you feel your workplace or your management is causing you mental or emotional distress, you may be able to receive workers' compensation benefits. The following are some things you should know: How Does Workers' Compensation Apply to Workplace Stress? Read More 

Three Benefits Of Divvying Up The House And Your Retirement Savings When Getting Divorced

16 December 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

When it comes to the division of your marital assets during a divorce, it's probable that your two largest assets are your home and your retirement savings, two things that you've likely been putting money into over several years or even decades. Dividing these assets can be a challenge for many couples, but doing so doesn't need to be as difficult as you might think. If your home and your retirement savings are worth roughly the same amount, a good plan is for one of you to take one and your former spouse to take the other. Read More 

Ways That A Child’s Part-Time Job Can Factor Into Custody Discussions

5 November 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

When divorcing parents meet with their attorneys to discuss which parent's home will be more suitable for their child, topics such as the child's schooling, his or her relationship with each parent, and other details are part of the discussion. If your child is old enough that he or she is working at a part-time job — or perhaps isn't yet working, but plans to get a job within the next few months — jobs should also be a part of your discussion. Read More 

How Drivers Cause Accidents In Snow

28 September 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

The risk of auto accidents increases during snowstorms or after a snowfall because of issues such as reduced visibility and slippery road surfaces. However, each driver still has the responsibility of driving carefully to avoid causing accidents. Here are some of the ways in which motorists increase accident risks when driving on snowy roads: Driving With an Unclear Windshield Visibility sometimes reduces during the winter season due to snowstorms and the low temperatures that make everything fog up. Read More