The Three Basic Eligibility Requirements of Workers Compensation

Some workers compensation cases are pretty clear cut. You get hurt on the job lifting a heavy box, slipping on a damp floor, or falling off of a ladder, and so you deserve to have your employer pay for your medical expenses with workers compensation. Other times, though, are not so obvious. What if you were driving your own car …

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President Obama Takes Stand Against Fatal VA Hospital Delays

President Obama is finally taking a stance on disturbing delays in VA healthcare. For the past few months, it has become increasingly clear that VA hospitals across the U.S. delayed important appointments and screenings — and some missed screenings even lead to the untimely (and unnecessary!) deaths of cancer-ridden veterans. Moreover, there is speculation that some VA hospitals destroyed documents …

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The Five Most Common Questions About Chapter 7 Bankruptcy — and Their Answers

Bankruptcy is often seen as a last resort way to get relief from unmanageable debt — because it is. If you are finding yourself unable to pay for your debts each month in addition to your living expenses, you might be better off filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy, which gives individuals a fresh financial start and relief from most debts. If …

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The Top Five Things You Need to Know About Expert Witness Services

Most people’s understanding of a courtroom witness is the witness who was present when the crime in question was committed or was a close friend, relative or other acquaintance of the defendant. However, you might not know about expert witness services. Expert witnesses are experts in their field — whether they are a dental expert witness or a psychiatric expert …

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Can Google’s Self-Driving Cars Get Into Accidents?

Will you see self-driving cars on public roads within the next few years? Google engineers are optimistic. Earlier this year, Google announced that its self-driving cars safely took to California’s congested city streets, recognizing “pedestrian traffic, buses, stop signs held by crossing guards, and hand signals made by cyclists” at each step along the way, according to CNN. Google was …

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Can You Legally Be Denied a Job Because of Your Criminal History?

Over the last 50 years, a number of employee laws have been passed throughout the United States with the aim of improving working conditions for classically oppressed groups. The Civil Rights Act of 1964, according to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), made great strides in protecting racial, sexual, national, and other minorities from outdated mindsets in the professional sphere. …

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Three Ways to Prevent Drunk Driving Before It Happens

It’s estimated than over 200,000 people are arrested in California every year for driving under the influence. And if you’re under 21, you can be charged with as little as a .01 blood alcohol level, or BAC. That’s because lawmakers have come down hard on drunk driving, establishing harsher penalties even for folks who are technically first-time offenders. As a …

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