Evidence You Can Present In A Case Regarding A Contract Dispute

The purpose of a contract is to provide you with peace of mind knowing that there is a remedy in the event that one party does not live up to their end of an agreement. However, to be able to successfully take legal action against someone for a breach of contract, you will need to know the type of evidence you can present. Document Evidence This is one of the most relevant forms of evidence because it includes the contract in question.   Read More...

Don’t Suffer Financially After a Whiplash Injury

Some will say that there is nothing worse than a neck injury. That is because many are unaware of how often they use their necks every day until they are hurt. Unfortunately, whiplash injuries are very common with car accidents and your physical pain may come along with financial problems caused by a careless driver. To find out how to be compensated after a neck injury such as whiplash, read on.   Read More...

How To Seek Workers' Comp For Workplace Violence At The Hospital

If you work in the healthcare industry, you might be exposed to incidents of violence. This not only includes physical violence, such as assault, but also verbal violence and emotional abuse. In some cases, the violence you experience may even lead to you being entitled to compensation. Physical and Verbal Violence Violence can come in the form of slurs, insults, harassment, and verbal threats. Violence can also come in the form of physical violence that leads to injuries.   Read More...

Benefits Of Working With A Legal Recruiter

As an attorney, you probably already know how hard it is to get a job in the legal field. If you're already working as an attorney, you may think that you don't need to worry too much about the job market. However, this is the ideal time for you to start considering your future career opportunities. In fact, this is the ideal time for you to start building a relationship with a legal headhunter.   Read More...

Should You Accept Cash Payment After An Accident?

If you get into an accident and the party at fault decides to pay you at the scene and move on, should you take it? Regardless of how good the offer sounds, don't take the offer. Here is why: You Might Have Injuries Due to the shock from the accident, you might not notice some injuries. If you have internal injuries, they might take longer to surface. The only surety is to visit a hospital, get examined for injuries.   Read More...