2 Mistakes To Avoid After Being Injured On The Job

Posted on: 18 February 2021

If you were recently hurt while on the job and are afraid that you will be unable to work while you recover, you may already know that you are entitled to workers' compensation. However, while the law is on your side if you can prove your injuries were sustained while doing your job, you may have to fight to receive your benefits. To help increase your chances of getting what you need, make sure that you do not make the following mistakes.
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When Should You Hire The Services Of An Employment Attorney? Find Out

Posted on: 13 November 2020

Employment law is there to make sure that the workplace is safe, fair, and just for all employees regardless of their race, sexual orientation, religion, and all other differences. The law allows anyone who feels that they were discriminated against to pursue justice and get compensated for any damages they might have suffered in the process.  One way to handle an employment law issue is to start by hiring an employment lawyer.
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Why You Need An Attorney If Your Construction Firm Wants To Use Surety Bonds

Posted on: 11 November 2020

Is your company looking to take on a big project that's larger than the kind of project you normally tackle? If so, you might want certain assurances that your company won't be financially liable if something goes wrong during an especially big project. This is one of the reasons why surety bonds exist. Some construction firms use surety companies to back them up when taking on a big project. Here's some more information about surety bonds and why you definitely want a lawyer before you get into such an arrangement.
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