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How Do You Prove Discrimination in the Workplace?

In order to prove that you’ve been discriminated against in the workplace, you will need to provide both direct and circumstantial evidence. In cases where there is no direct evidence, you may be able to raise a presumption of discrimination if you can prove that you are a member of a protected class, you are qualified for the position, or a retaliatory act has been committed. Direct... ❯❯❯

Six Tips To Help Prove That You Are Not At Fault In An Accident

A lot follows after you have been in a car accident. In addition to the bruises and trauma that you need to attend to, there are lawsuits that you will need to file. If you are not the at-fault party, then you are entitled to compensation by the at-fault party. Additionally, if you are to claim your reimbursement from your insurance company, you need to show that you are not at fault. For this... ❯❯❯

Guides To Choose The Right Law Firm You Need

Choosing a law firm is not difficult and doesn't require you to have any law-related knowledge. On the other hand, choosing the right law firm may seem to be difficult for those who don’t know how to go about it. But the reality is that there’s nothing difficult about it. Also, you need to understand that it’s not just enough to choose a law firm, you need to pay close... ❯❯❯

What Should You Do If You Are Arrested In Nashville?

When folks hear about arrests, they immediately think of acts of criminality. The truth is that there are a number of reasons why a person may be arrested by the Police anywhere and at any time. It is the arm of the executive empowered to act in this way. Yes, some countries, as we can see here, make provisions for what is known as citizen’s arrest, but the case will still have to be... ❯❯❯

When to Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer

Many people often wonder when it is right for them to hire a personal injury lawyer. This is often after they’ve been involved in an incident, such as car collision, bike or motorcycle wreck, slip and fall, or any other form of mishap. The answers you provide to the questions below should inform your decision. After going through each of them,  you'll have a clearer idea of whether you... ❯❯❯

10 Things to Know About Stock Options When Evaluating a Job Offer

It’s important when you’re looking for a new job that you consider all your options for the most favorable offer – especially when it comes to stock offers. Nothing can impact your financial future more than the possibility of having equity in a company with great financial success. However, a lot of people don’t fully understand the ins and outs of stock offers. If... ❯❯❯

Surviving the SSDI Approval Process in 3 Easy Steps

U.S. citizens who become permanently disabled are eligible to receive benefits via the Social Security Administration. While it is understood that this process can take some time, most applicants don't truly understand how long it takes from the time that they apply until they are finally approved. In fact, the majority of SSDI claims are denied initially. If you want to expedite the process and... ❯❯❯

Truck Accident Lawsuits: Critical Questions You Need To Ask Your Lawyer

Truck accidents cases are quite common. The fact that you're reading this, you might have either been a victim of one or  you were the truck driver involved in an accident. Considering the size of trucks, it's but an expectation that these vehicles are, in fact, more prone to accidents. Truck accident statistics would show that indeed, the incidents of these kinds of accidents are rising.... ❯❯❯

Why You Need to Work with an Immigration Lawyer

Anyone who has been through the process of trying to get citizenship through the immigration office knows how challenging it can be. Of course, you don’t want to do it alone. That’s why you need to work with a top immigration lawyer in Tennessee. There is a lot of paperwork when you visit the immigration office. Even natural-born U.S. citizens will struggle with getting what they... ❯❯❯

Personal injury in the workplace - what should I do?

Almost all means of gainful employment come with the inherent risk of either physical or mental personal injury. Even a position as the Head Hugger of Labrador puppies on a holiday resort at the end of a rainbow could be your literal downfall if your employer doesn’t uphold their duty of care in providing unobstructed walkways (uneven flooring, poor lighting, and lack of warning signage can... ❯❯❯