Your Legal Rights at Work

  • 4 Must-Have Elements Of A Workers Compensation Claims

    7 June 2022

    A work-related injury can set you back financially and professionally. Getting your workers' compensation claim approved by the insurers can be a lengthy process. A worker compensation lawyer can help you draft a working strategy with the proper documentation to get your compensation benefits. Insurers will often demand several items to start processing your claims. Here are some essential elements you should consider when filing the claim.  1. A Work-Related Injury

  • Bankruptcy: How To Avoid Hitches When Applying For Chapter 7

    4 May 2022

    Unfortunately, many applicants who file for chapter 7 bankruptcy end up with a rejected application. Without professional assistance, you might skip essential legal requirements. As a result, your creditors might lose patience, seeking approval to acquire your property in order to recover their money.  Therefore, it's best to work with an attorney when preparing your bankruptcy application. They will ensure that you handle the process expertly so as to qualify for insolvency.

  • Why You Should Hire A Debt Relief Lawyer

    29 March 2022

    If you are in debt, you are not unlike most Americans. Debt is extremely common, and you may have turned to debt relief solutions to find another option. Lawyers may offer debt relief options, but you might also be swayed to take care of it on your own. So, which is the better option? Should you handle debt relief on your own, or should you seek help from a lawyer? Here's what you should consider.

  • Personal Injury: 3 Common Causes Of Wall Collapse In Construction Sites And How To Get Compensated

    22 February 2022

    When an accident happens at a construction site, most people label it a tragedy. However, many circumstances leading to the accident are avoidable. Construction site injuries fall under the general classification of personal injuries. If the injured person is a construction worker, there could be a workers' compensation plan in place to help them get treatment.  On the other hand, you can choose to forgo the claim and sue the liable party for your damages if you feel they acted negligently.

  • Four Questions About The Equal Pay Act

    13 January 2022

    The Equal Pay Act essentially says that employers must pay male and female employees the same wage for the same type of work. It is designed to protect workers from getting paid unfairly simply because of their gender. Here are a few things you may want to know about the Equal Pay Act if you feel like you are not getting paid a fair wage.  Are Men And Women Covered Under The Equal Pay Act?