Taking Action To Ensure Workers’ Compensation Success

Your employer is required to provide workers with a special type of insurance coverage if certain conditions exist. Since the vast majority of workers are covered, you might not have paid much attention to that particular benefit when you signed your employment paperwork. No one wants to imagine a workplace injury, but that is what insurance is for. Read on for a better understanding of what workers' comp covers and why you need to make some timely moves to assure coverage. Read More 

When It Has To Be Real - Apostille Authentication

There are countless legal documents created every day. These documents can range from loan agreements, divorce decrees, powers of attorney, bills of sale and everything in between. With many of these transactions taking place between parties located all over the country, there needs to be a way to verify that the signatures are authentic. When the transaction involves moving financial assets among brokers, a system known as Medallion Signature Guarantee (MSG) stamps was developed wherein officers of designated banks can stamp and sign to authenticate the signature of an individual. Read More 

3 Ways A Lawyer Can Help You With A Misdemeanor And Felony Traffic Violation

What most people consider to be a traffic ticket is often regarded by the courts as an infraction by a driver. A simple speeding ticket or failure to signal while making a turn are two examples of this. But many tickets can be considered misdemeanors or even felonies. The differences between the two have a lot to do with the laws in the state the violation took place in. The following are three ways an attorney may be able to help you in either situation. Read More 

Ready To Start Your Small Business Buying Bulk Items And Reselling Items? What To Know First

If you are selling or reselling things as a business opportunity, you have to make sure that you are doing everything legally and by the book. You want to be sure that you aren't at the risk of legal trouble, that you are documenting all your income properly, and that you aren't going to get in trouble for anything. Here are a few of the things that you should do right away, before you start buying, selling, or reselling. Read More 

When Is An Attorney Valuable For A Worker’s Compensation Case?

If you are injured on the job, you need to check in with your human resources department about filing for worker's compensation benefits. The process of getting benefits through your employer for your injuries is typically a very smooth and straightforward process. However, there may be some instances in which it can get complicated. If this happens, you will have to escalate your claim. The question then turns to whether or not you should retain an attorney for this process. Read More