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- Why People File Wrongful Death Claims
Provided by Wapner, Newman, Wigrizer, Brecher & Miller
When an accident claims the life of loved one, families may experience extreme emotional suffering, along with financial hardship. While nothing can replace the love and companionship of a family member, wrongful death claims may bring families a degree of relief.
- Voluntary Disclosures Regarding Offshore Account Holders
Provided by HG.org
Through acquiring wealth and assets, a person may earn enough to open an offshore account, but he or she is better served through legal and tax matters to disclose these accounts to the proper authorities. If the Internal Revenue Service discovers a person holding assets outside the country, this account holder may find various fees and penalties tacked onto his or her yearly payments.
- Can a Disabled Employee Request to Work from Home?
Provided by Murphy Law Group, LLC
An employee’s disability or medical condition may temporarily or permanently prevent the employee from accessing or reporting to the job site, or from performing his or her job functions there. If the employee can perform his or her job at home, without undue hardship to the employer, the employee can request to work at home as a reasonable accommodation.
- Can I Get Injured from a Minor Rear-End Impact?
Provided by Lem Garcia Law
Yes, it is absolutely possible to get seriously injured from a “minor” rear-end impact. While the insurance companies may argue that because your accident was “low impact” you did not get injured, you still have a bodily injury claim to pursue.
- Missouri Judge Upholds $110 Verdict in Talcum Powder Ovarian Cancer Lawsuit
Provided by d'Oliveira & Associates
Across the country, women who believe their Ovarian Cancer was caused by decades of Talcum Powder use, are filing lawsuits.
- Kansas City Car Accidents Caused by Road Rage
Provided by The O'Connor Law Firm, PC
It's easy to get frustrated when driving in heavy traffic or when you're running late to an appointment, and every motorist in your path seems in no hurry to get anywhere. We all experience stress and frustration when driving at times, but that's far different from road rage which can result in serious accidents.
- New Claims Procedures Scheduled for ERISA Disability Plans
Provided by ERISA Benefits Consulting, Inc.
Additional consumer protections for private-sector workers making claims for benefits from their employer’s disability insurance plans will become effective on April 1, 2018.
- An Employee's Sleep Disorder Could Be a Company's Liability
Provided by Kaplan Lawyers, P.C.
Any sleep disorder can pose a serious safety hazard, in and out of the workplace. And yet, a lot of recent research is pointing to employers as having a more prominent role in their workers' sleep disorders than what has been previously thought. This is leading to questions of potential employer liability when workers injure others – on and off the job – because of work-induced sleep problems.
- School Safety Audits in the Wake of the Last Mass Shooting
Provided by The Posey Law Firm, PC
The recent mass shooting at a school in Florida has brought both the gun issue and the problem of school safety into the forefront once again.
- Minnesota's Order for Protection (OFP)
Provided by Maury D. Beaulier, Attorney at Law
Understanding the Order for Protection (OFP) and your rights can be critical to your future.