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3 Ways to Investigate a Suspicious Workers' Comp Claim

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Did you have an employee who recently filed a workers’ compensation claim? Are you suspicious that the claim isn’t legitimate? Workers’ compensation provides important and valuable support for workers who are injured on the job and are unable to work. In most cases, claims are legitimate and the compensation is badly needed. However, there are a few unfortunate cases when an individual tries to game the system and get compensation for a false claim.…

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3 Things To Know If You Are Facing Your First Criminal Charge

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One thing that often worries people when facing their first criminal charge is the uncertainty of how the criminal process works. The criminal process has many steps and can be somewhat confusing for a person who has never gone through it. Additionally, it can scare people, because it is hard to know what to expect during this time. If you are facing your first charge, here are three things you should know.…

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What Are The Odds Of A Nurse Receiving An H-1B Visa?

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If you are a nurse and you’re interested in working in the United States, you might wonder if H-1B visas are available for nurses. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to become a nurse that is qualified to enter the United States under a H-1B visa. Why Nurses Have a Chance An H-1B visa is intended for those who have special skills they can bring to the United States for an employer.…

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Concerned About Any Employer Searching Your Property? Consider These Details And Then Consult An Employment Attorney

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When you show up at work each day, you have a reasonable expectation of privacy. However, you must also remember that you’re working for a company with equipment that the company owns, and in a building that belongs to that organization, and that means that your employer often has certain rights that you might not necessarily agree with. It’s possible that your employer may have searched something that you own or that you’re using, with or without much in the way of an explanation.…

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What Kinds Of Damages Can You Claim After A Car Accident?

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When you have been in a car accident, the aftermath can have long-reaching effects on your life. It could mean that your car needs extensive repairs or you might need to buy a new one. It could also mean months in a hospital or rehabilitation. If the other driver was at fault for the accident, you could receive damages to help offset any payments you need to make. What kinds of damages can you claim after a car accident?…

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Court Reporter Etiquette Tips For Conference Room Use

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The conference room is one of the most important work environments for a court reporter. Conference room etiquette is an important part of your business, as you will perform much of your work in this environment. Here are some etiquette tips to keep in mind as a court reporter. Clear the Conference Room One great thing you can do is make every effort to keep the conference room clean and clear of clutter, so everything is ready for the next meeting.…

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3 Things To Know About Paying A Workers Compensation Lawyer

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If you’re dealing with workers compensation and are having a hard time getting the benefits that are owed to you, then you might have thought about calling one of the workers compensation lawyers in your area. You might be a bit nervous about payment-related matters, though. These are a few simple things that you’ll want to know about paying a workers compensation lawyer. 1. You Don’t Usually Have to Do it Up-Front…

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If You Were Unknowingly Drugged, You May Have A Defense For These Automotive-Related Charges

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Whether you’re out with friends, having a date with someone new, or at a work function, there’s a possibility that you could find yourself drugged. Predatory individuals often place drugs in peoples’ drinks or food, and although the chance of this happening to you is small, it’s nonetheless something that could take place.  Being drugged can lead to a variety of undesirable consequences, including being stopped by police while you’re driving home.…

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Three Body Language Don'ts During Settlement Discussions

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If you, your attorney, and the other party and his or her attorney in a personal injury case are eager to settle your legal matters instead of heading to court, you’ll be saving time and money for everyone. In order to do so, there may be an opportunity to all sit down together in a mediated session. This session can certainly be stressful, but it can also put you a step closer to having the issue resolved so that you can move forward in your life.…

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Why Even Small Stores In College Towns Should Have A Liquor License

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Opening a small store in a college town is a wise decision. There will be many students with student loan money looking to buy a variety of items. And if you are opening a store in a college town or already have a small one running, you should definitely invest in a liquor license. Binge Drinking Remains Popular In College Towns The moral implications of binge drinking in college towns may concern many people, but it hasn’t stopped drinking from being one of the top activities in most universities.…

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