How To Protect Your Business When An Employee Has Filed A Workers' Compensation Claim

If you are an employer, finding out that one of your employees has been hurt on the job can be devastating news. After all, not only are you probably concerned about your employee who might have been injured, but you might also be concerned about how the workers' compensation claim is going to affect your business. These are a few tips that can help you protect your business during this serious time. [Read More]

You've Been Miranda Warned

If you've watched any television at all you've probably seen someone being read theirMiranda Rights or being "Mirandized". The words "you have the right to remain silent" are well-known to most, but once you've encountered those words in real life it changes things. The Miranda warning is important; it's meant to warn suspects that they do not need to compromise their legal protections by speaking to law enforcement without legal counsel. [Read More]

How To Cope With Your Anxieties When Your Child Is Not In Your Custody

Custody of the children can be a very difficult part of a divorce. If you have never missed a day with your child, the thought of not seeing them for several days can be very upsetting, and it would not be unusual for you to worry about what they are doing, or how they are feeling when they are not in your presence. Dealing with your feelings is going to be the best way for you to cope while your children are with their other parent. [Read More]

Guidelines For Your Motorcycle Accident Legal Services

Getting involved in a motorcycle accident is one of the most debilitating things you can go through from a physical, mental and financial standpoint. Because of this, you need to be fully prepared to handle the legal fallout that is inevitable. You will need to contact the help of a motorcycle law firm that can serve you so that you are able to handle your personal injuries and every aspect that comes with planning out a case. [Read More]