Your Legal Rights at Work

  • High Tech Malfunctions In Your Vehicle And Car Accidents: Who Should You Sue?

    27 March 2016

    Cars are fast becoming more high-tech, with dashboards that have digital readouts only the driver can read on his/her side of the windshield, dashboards operated by voice commands, built-in telephone and voice technology, GPS positioning and accurate, up-to-date road construction and detour maps. So, what happens when some of this technology fails and you get into a car accident because of it? Who do you sue? That depends on your type of car accident and exactly what lead you to be in the accident, as the following information will show.

  • Can You Claim Disability For A Hearing Impairment?

    4 March 2016

    A hearing impairment does not guarantee that you will be approved for Social Security disability benefits. In fact, the Social Security Administration, or SSA, believes that in some instances, a person can continue to still work even though they have profound hearing loss. If you have a hearing impairment and are applying for disability benefits, here is what you need to know.  What Determines Disability? The SSA has requirements that must be met to approve you for disability based on a hearing impairment.

  • 3 Questions To Ask A Car Accident Lawyer

    8 February 2016

    No one can really plan for being in a car accident. As much as you might do your part on the open road, there is no way to know what the people around you are going to do. You could end up having someone cut you off, causing you to swerve, in mere seconds. Being in a car accident is stressful, overwhelming and frustrating. There are a lot of things that you get stuck having to figure out.

  • Warehouse Tips: Protect Your Eyes & Signs That You Need Medical Attention

    19 January 2016

    You work in a fast-paced environment, and you have to keep up. Working in a warehouse may put you at risk of certain dangers, such as an eye-related injury. The following guide will show you how to protect yourself at work and what to do in case of an injury. Simple Eye Protection Tips Eye-related injuries are more common than you think; in fact, they occur about 2000 times a day in the United States.

  • When To Hire A Car Accident Attorney

    1 January 2016

    Many auto accidents are terrible, but straightforward. The vehicle drivers may emerge unharmed, exchange information, and go on with their days. However, many other auto accidents are not as simple, and the consequences may extend far into the future. In instances like these, it's wise to hire professional help. Here are some examples of when it is advised to consult with a car accident attorney. You Were Underinsured A few states don't require drivers to carry commercial auto insurance.

  • Catering To Your Guests In Good Spirits: Tips For Acquiring A Liquor License

    15 December 2015

    If you have recently considered starting your own catering business, you must realize that catering services often go well beyond food service. Many caterers also provide beverages, which includes alcohol. The provision of food and alcohol comes with a great deal of responsibility. In order to legally and successfully provide wine, spirits, beer, and other alcoholic beverages to customers, you must acquire a liquor license. Fortunately, there are tips to help you along the way in obtaining one.

  • Are You Eligible For Workers' Compensation If You're Injured While Incarcerated?

    27 November 2015

    Jail and prisons sometimes provide inmates with opportunities to make money by performing work at the facilities or in the community as part of work-release programs. If you are injured while working for the private or state facility, are you eligible to receive workers' compensation benefits? It depends on the circumstances of the injury, the state where you live, and the terms of employment. Not All Injuries Are Covered For the most part, inmates generally enjoy the same benefits as other employees who are injured on the job.