How To Protect Your Business From Sexual Harassment Lawsuits

5 January 2019
 Categories: Law, Blog

As you might already be aware, sexual harassment is a big problem in many workplaces. As an employer, this might be something that you're very worried about. Not only do you probably want to make sure that your employees don't become a victim of sexual harassment, but you could be worried about things like sexual harassment-related lawsuits against your business. There is really nothing that you can do as an employer to completely prevent your employees from sexually harassing one another or from sexual harassment lawsuits affecting your business, but these tips can help you protect your business as much as possible. Read More 

Seeing A Company Doctor Vs. Seeing Your Own For Workers’ Comp Injuries

15 November 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

In the immediate aftermath of an on-the-job injury, your first and foremost concern is seeking medical attention as soon as possible. The last thing on your mind is choosing between your own doctor and one that actively works with your employer or the insurer handling your employer's workers' compensation policy. In some states, you'll have the freedom to choose between your physician and the company-provided doctor. Other states may give your employer the right to choose your doctor beyond the initial visit or emergency room visit. Read More 

Three Tips For Handling Your Legal Needs

9 October 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

When you're running any sort of business or forging an agreement, it's always important to be certain you have the best lawyers on hand. It takes some skill, dedication, and research to both work with lawyers and to handle your legal needs for the long term. The legal field is a necessity that you will have to deal with in some facet of your life at some point. To this end, read below and consider these points so that you are well taken care of regardless of what sort of litigation you see. Read More 

3 Actions To Take To Ensure That You Get Custody Of Your Children

9 September 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

One of the hardest parts of going through a divorce when you have children is the fight over child custody if you and your soon-to-be-ex do not agree on who should have legal and physical custody of your children or how that custody should be shared. When you are fighting with your spouse over custody, it is up to the court system to determine who should have custody of your children. Read More 

Don’t Be Afraid Of Failing To Stop In A Road Rage Situation

7 August 2018
 Categories: Law, Blog

When you're in an accident, your first instinct is usually to find a safe place to stop so that you can assess the damage, confer with the other motorist, and then proceed accordingly. However, when someone has run into you in what appears to be a road rage scenario, you may be leery about getting out and talking to the person. Although you might also be afraid of getting charged with leaving the scene of an accident, you should put this concern aside in a road rage incident. Read More