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Workers’ Compensation for an Injury That Is Your Fault

You may think that you cannot claim workers’ compensation for an injury that occurred at work due to your own carelessness, but this is often not true. Though specific laws vary by state, workers’ compensation is a generally a no-fault system that allows you to recover for your injuries regardless of who is at fault.…

How to Get Paid After a Workplace Injury

Criminal Lawyer Often times, when someone is injured while at work, he or she is unable to get back to work for a certain period of time. If that’s where you’ve found yourself, are you still going to get paid? How does workers’ compensation play into that? The following should help you understand a little…

Professionals Who Need a Domestic Asset Protection Trust

Family Lawyer For some professionals, asset protection is a crucial element to estate planning. The idea that a lawsuit could cause a person to lose everything is frightening for most. If you are worried about creditors seizing your assets, then you might be interested in a domestic asset protection trust or DAPT. It is best…

What to Know About Domestic Asset Protection Trusts

Family Lawyer If you are working on an estate plan, you probably have heard of a number of different types of trusts. One of the trusts that you may be familiar with is the domestic asset protection trust. When it comes to a DAPT, not all states allow them. In fact, the only states that…

Factors That Contribute to a Lengthy Divorce Process

Divorce is an unpleasant process that most people want to get through as quickly as possible. Even under the most amicable circumstances, divorce can cause people to feel the following: Fear Anger Sadness Confusion Helplessness The following circumstances can contribute to a divorce taking longer than expected. State Rules Different states have different requirements for…

Historic Win for LGBTQ Rights

This June had a special day for the LGBTQ community because the Supreme Court banned LGBTQ employment discrimination in a 6-3 vote. In 2020. Many people would have thought members of the LGBTQ community were able to work freely without fearing termination because of their sexuality, but this wasn’t always the case.  The Fight for…