2 Types Of Nursing Home Abuse To Be Aware Of

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Most families decide to make living arrangements in nursing homes for their loved ones to ensure their safety and proper care. These well-meaning individuals do not always find making their decisions easy. However, they usually accept that they need to make the decision and that it will be best. No one likely expects that their loved ones will become victims of nursing home abuse. Finding out can evoke many emotions including anger.

13 August 2020

Caution Tape May Have Its Limitations

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Home improvements require more than "cracking a few eggs." Homeowners may need to break up the sidewalk, tear out the roof, and more. Breaking up a significant amount of concrete to redo the front walkway and accompanying driveway creates a hazard. Until rubble gets removed and new concrete pours and dries, someone could slip and fall. Other renovations create similar hazards. Based on the size of the job, one day might not be enough.

16 July 2020

Divorce Lawyer: Figuring The Financials

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If you intend to file for divorce in the near future, figuring out the financial split can be one of the biggest logistical challenges. This is particularly true for couples who have been together during the bulk of their peak income-earning years. Here's a quick guide to help you figure out pensions, annuities, and inheritances. Pensions The retirement benefits accrued during a marriage are generally considered the joint property. However, there are nuances of retirement benefits that can be tricky to split equitably.

15 June 2020

Who Is A Potential Target In Construction Litigation?

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One of the more complicated forms of business litigation involves cases linked to construction projects. Even small builds tend to involve a lot of folks, including designers, architects, property owners, renters, and contractors. A problem that makes construction litigation especially is that everyone is quick to call out, "Not it!" Before you can move forward with litigation, at least one individual or entity has to be named as the defendant. Here is a look at how different parties might end up being on the wrong end of a lawsuit.

12 May 2020

Construction Site Injuries: Who Is At Fault?

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Construction sites should be safe and secure. However, in some instances, the opposite is the case. When an individual is injured due to the careless neglect of a construction firm or their team, their suffering should not go unnoticed; they deserve to seek compensation. Someone should be held accountable. Learn more about determining neglect with a construction site injury. Non-Employee or Employee To assess neglect, it's first important to determine if the injured victim is an employee of the company.

2 April 2020

Do I Still Have A Legal Case After A Truck Accident If The Driver Blames The Weather?

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Getting into an accident with a big commercial truck can be very scary, especially if it's an 18-wheeler or otherwise carrying or towing a large load. If you were injured in a run-in with a commercial truck, you might be entitled to financial compensation.  That said, it is true that winter weather can introduce a bit of a wildcard when it comes to assigning blame in a truck accident. If your accident took place on snow or ice covered roads, here are some tips to keep in mind.

29 February 2020

How To Determine If You Should You Hire A Traffic Law Attorney

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Getting a traffic ticket is like a rite of passage to many people. When you start driving, it is almost inevitable that you will have a police officer pull you over. The type of offense and the penalty that comes with it are often the biggest catalysts in the decision to hire a traffic lawyer or not.  Tickets and Citations Most tickets or citations people get are for minor offenses like speeding or failing to use a turn signal.

27 January 2020