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- Streamlined Filing Compliance Procedures (2018)
Provided by Golding & Golding, Attorneys at Law
Streamlined Filing Compliance Procedures (SFCP) are a form of IRS Tax Amnesty. SFCP are a cost-effective and safe method for people who have not previously reported or disclosed their foreign assets, accounts, investments, or income to the IRS in previous years to get into compliance.
- Recent Insurance Subrogation Ruling in Pennsylvania
Provided by Larry Pitt & Associates, P.C.
With few exceptions, Pennsylvania workers are covered by the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act. The Act provides injured workers with compensation for injuries they sustain at work, regardless of who was at fault. In exchange for this expedited, no-fault recovery, employees give up their right to sue their employer.
- What Doctor Can I Use to Treat My Workers’ Compensation Injury?
Provided by Gross and Kenny, LLP
Under the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act, individuals injured at the workplace or while doing their job may be able to obtain Workers’ Compensation benefits for their injuries.
- Death Benefits and Workers' Compensation in Delaware
Provided by McCann & Wall, LLC
Workers’ compensation laws vary from state to state. In Delaware, Workers’ Compensation coverage is mandatory. Employers with one or more employees must carry Workers’ Compensation insurance.
- Should You Accept an Offer from an Insurance Company?
Provided by Wapner, Newman, Wigrizer, Brecher & Miller
If you've recently been injured as a result of another person's or entity's negligence, then you may be anxiously awaiting an offer from the insurance company to cover your medical bills, lost wages, and related expenses. By knowing what to expect from the first offer and what to look for when assessing a settlement offer with an insurance company, you can make sure your best interests are accounted for.
- What to Do, after an Automobile Accident . . .
Provided by Law Offices of M. Azhar Asadi & Associates APC
You should also obtain contact information of any witnesses.Even if you do not feel injured or appear injured, it is important to seek medical attention, as soft-tissue, whiplash and other types of injuries are not immediately apparent. Some head traumas are not visible and can lead to serious medical complications.
- When Nursing Home Under-Staffing Leads to Injury and Neglect
Provided by Law Offices of Roger S. Weinberg, LLC
Putting an elderly parent or loved one in a nursing home is one of the hardest decisions you'll ever have to make. You know they need round-the-clock care that you aren't able to provide, but still you worry. Is the facility sufficiently staffed? Will the caregivers treat your loved one with dignity and respect?
- The Fine Line Between an Aggregated Injury and Workers’ Compensation Claim
Provided by d'Oliveira & Associates
Can an employee collecting workers’ compensation receive additional damages from another accident?
- Birth Injuries Versus Birth Defects – An Important Distinction
Provided by Cirignani Heller & Harman, LLP
Giving birth to a child is the most life-changing experience you can have. After spending months watching your baby develop, your hopes hinge on a safe and successful delivery. It’s both stressful and an incredibly rewarding time in a parent’s life.
- I Received a Cease & Desist Letter about a Trademark . . . Now What?
Provided by Hawkins IP
When you receive a cease and desist letter, it is very important to have a strong plan of action. Allegations of trademark infringement are very serious and, if true, can come with serious repercussions. Here are key steps to take when you receive a cease and desist letter to avoid prematurely curbing to the demands of someone trying to prevent you from using your trademark.