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Who can collect workers’ compensation?

Workers’ compensation was put in place in order to help those that are injured in the workplace. It protects them from being terminated from their position due to their inability to carry out their job duties. Not only do these laws protect employees, they protect employers from being blamed as well. By collecting workers’ compensation, […]

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What is probate?

Probate refers to the process involved in estate administration that proves the validity of legal documents. This process involves the validation of legal matters regarding a deceased person’s possessions and assets. While they are alive, they plan for their estate administration to name certain beneficiaries and what they will gain possession of. After they pass […]

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What are personal injury cases?

Every day individuals face situations that can lead to accidents. When accidents occur, injuries can happen as an effect. If individuals were to suffer a personal injury due to the negligence of another party, they may be able to file a lawsuit against them. This can lead to a personal injury case. Personal injury cases […]

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What is an automatic stay?

During tough times with finances, people may try to avoid filing for bankruptcy at all costs. However, bankruptcy can be a great option for some people. The process of filing for bankruptcy is set to help people recover from financial troubles. When there are no other options available for you, consider filing for bankruptcy. It […]

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Foreclosure Defense Efforts

Being able to buy a home is a major achievement for many people. This is something that people dream about and save up for over the years. When homeownership finally happens, the buyer is often elated with the joy of such a major milestone. The idea that an individual may lose their home because they […]

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