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The legalities of companies letting go of their staff amid the Coronavirus pandemic

The pandemic was a challenging time for most people. A majority of the people were working from their houses and were not allowed to leave. Whenever there was a spike in the number of COVID-19 cases, the Government would implement changes and national lockdowns so people could not leave their homes. The primary reason behind these lockdowns was to reduce the spreading virus, which spread through... ❯❯❯

Hiring the Best Bicycle Accident Lawyer: A Detailed Guide

Hiring the Best Bicycle Accident Lawyer: A Detailed GuideHave you been in a bicycle accident? Many cities have taken measures to keep their roads safer for cyclists, including adding bike lanes and other safety features. Still, 2015 saw around 45,000 bicycle accidents, causing many injuries. These injuries often result in the bicyclist facing steep medical bills and possibly even time away from work. But what should you do when you get into a bicycle... ❯❯❯

Retain A Divorce Attorney

Divorce can be a process that is quite overwhelming. After some good times and some bad times, you and your mate decide to end the marriage. You may think that this is the end of it, however, everything will come back to mind once you are in court. Once again, the pressure of a divorce may overwhelm both of you. It is true that a divorce can be difficult. Nevertheless, there are ways to make it... ❯❯❯

What is personal injury law?

Personal injury law covers the area of law which is based on the accidental harm taken by the negligent actions of others. As the law states, the victims’ loss should be compensated by the liable party if the requirements are met. While these laws support the victims of accidental harm, the defendant's responsibilities and their commitment to duties will also be examined as liability occurs when... ❯❯❯

The intention behind the personal injury laws imposed on the public and private sectors

Duties are what keep the public in order. Imagine traffic without any rules, lights, limits and regulations. Drivers would act selfishly and without valuing others. Let’s be honest. The fear of being fined is a method that stops many from behaving negligently. Then, imagine the same situation in the workplace. Probably, the community wouldn’t handle the conditions at work as a disorderly... ❯❯❯

Will My Personal Injury Case Go to Mediation?

If you have been the victim of a physical or mental injury as a result of someone's negligence, then you qualify for a personal injury case. To receive proper compensation for all your pain and suffering related to a possible car accident, slip-and-fall, and other common types of personal injury cases, you need to file a lawsuit. Before going to trial, the lawsuit parties can opt for mediation to... ❯❯❯

5 Things You Should Know About Contesting A Will

Losing a loved one can be very difficult as it can significantly impact your mental and emotional health. Next to this, finding out that you have been cut out of their will can make the whole recovery process very disheartening. Luckily for you, will contest lawyers help make your recovery a whole less sorrowful and despairing. And remember, wanting your fair share of the will does not make you... ❯❯❯

Types of Cases in Family Law

Family law, just like its name suggests, deals with the various cases involving family affairs and disputes. However, filing for a family law lawsuit can be difficult if previous law knowledge is missing. A family law attorney will be able to help handle all your cases related to family law. But before doing that, you need to know what exactly to file for, so if you want to find out what the most... ❯❯❯

Terrifying Facts About Texting, Driving & Car Accidents

Terrifying Facts About Texting, Driving & Car AccidentsThere are a lot of basics a person learns when they first decide to learn how to drive a car. Besides learning where the gas pedal is, how to break and use the shifting gear, there are a lot of safety procedures that are equally important when you are behind the wheel. Not using your Smartphone rule is second only to the wear your seatbelt rule but looking at how many accidents texting and... ❯❯❯

7 Traits of a Great MSPB Attorney

Federal employees who have issues with their benefits or job security may find themselves in a case before the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB). The MSPB is a quasi-judicial agency responsible for reviewing the evidence in these cases and issuing a decision. Like other administrative proceedings, the appeals process before the MSPB looks and feels a lot like a case in court. As a result,... ❯❯❯

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