3 Telltale Signs Worker's Comp Is Not Going To Agree To Pay For Your Injuries

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As the typical employee, you will be injured on the job at some point in your adult working life. While many work accidents are filed and covered without a hassle from worker's compensation insurance, there are probably just as many cases in which the insurance company rebuts against the whole idea. If you find yourself in this situation when you know your injuries should be covered, it is best to talk to an attorney like Oxner + Permar, LLC right away.

3 June 2017

4 Things To Know About The Deposition Process For A Personal Injury Lawsuit As A Witness

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If you are being called on as a witness to give a deposition for a personal injury lawsuit, it helps to familiarize yourself with the process before you go in for the deposition. This will help you understand what is happening and what your role is in the overall proceedings. #1 Court Report The first thing that you need to know is that a court reporter will be there. The role of the court reporter is to record everything that is said at the deposition, which is why is is important to speak clearly and not speak over anyone during the deposition.

29 May 2017

Dealing With Custody Issues? 4 Steps To Avoid Parental Alienation

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If you're in the process of a divorce, and you have children, you want what's best for them. That's why the custody arrangements are so important. Unless the other parent is abusive – or there are other extenuating circumstances that will interfere with their ability to properly care for your children, you want them to continue having a loving and close relationship after the divorce. That's why it's so important that you avoid doing anything that might be considered parental alienation – which occurs when one parent attempts to undermine the relationship between the children and the other parent.

20 May 2017

Answers To Common Questions About Probate Law And Inheritance Rights When Your Loved One Has Passed Away Without A Will


Although most people know how important and useful it is to have a will to declare your intentions as to the dispersal of your estate, recent research determined that almost two out of three persons didn't have a will and more than one out of four people reported that creating a will wasn't urgent to them. Unfortunately, since few people can predict the exact time and date of their death, that lack of foresight means that the estates of many deceased individuals may be held by the state, in probate, for a significant period of time.

16 May 2017

Helpful Information About Opening A Liquor Store

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Liquor is the type of beverage that is always in a high demand. If you want to use the demand of liquor as a way to make money, you can consider opening your own liquor store. Just keep in mind that there are usually laws in place in regards to selling liquor, and the laws can vary from state to state. You must also be cautious about who the liquor is sold to, as accidentally selling it to a minor can lead to you losing your license and possible time in jail.

16 May 2017

3 Things To Know About Filing A Patent

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When you have an idea in mind that you want to protect from a legal standpoint, a patent might be just what you are looking for. In this regard, you will want to do everything possible to find the help and service of a patent attorney, while also understanding the process of getting a legally binding patent. With this in mind, consider these tips below and use them in order to safeguard your brilliant idea with the help of a patent attorney who can help you out.

6 May 2017

Did You Doctor Dismiss Your Medical Concerns Because You Are Female? What You Can Do

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One of the many challenges facing women in the world is the problem of not always being taken seriously when they express worry or concern. If you have recently had an experience with a medical professional in which your concerns about your health were dismissed, you may feel that if you were a man, you would have been taken more seriously. And if your health continued to suffer because of this initial dismissal, you may wonder what you can do about your experience.

1 May 2017

Employee Or Contractor, Which Are They?

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In the new business world, it's often typical to have staff that fall somewhere between full-time employees and independent contractors. While having a contractor on your staff can be a cost-saver, there are also some pitfalls to mislabeling someone as a contractor. Here is a guide to help you decide how to label your people. Benefits of Labeling Employees as Contractors There are a couple of benefits to labeling people as contractors.

30 November 2016

3 Questions To Ask Your Personal Injury Attorney

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Meeting for the first time with your lawyer can be a bit nerve-wracking. If you've suffered an injury that demands medical attention and causes you to lose time from work, this can create some financial losses. It's in your best interest to file a lawsuit against the individual that is responsible for your injuries. By knowing specific questions to ask your attorney beforehand, this can be extremely helpful to you and your case.

9 September 2016

3 Types Of Compensation That You Might Qualify For After A Workplace Injury

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Being injured on the job can be a horrible thing, since it can leave you with temporary or permanent injuries and can affect your ability to work and pay your bills. However, you should know that there are various types of compensation available out there for those who get injured on the job. Even though compensation might not fully make up for the injury, it can at least help you cover your medical bills, household bills and other expenses.

19 June 2016