Found Out You Were Mocked Behind Your Back? You May Be Able To Sue

What if you found out that your doctor mocked you while you weren't around to hear it (or were maybe just unconscious on the operating table)? Would you feel emotionally distressed? If the doctor jokingly suggested that you had a venereal disease, would you consider yourself slandered? Does the fact that you weren't supposed to find out what the doctor said make a difference? This is what you should know. Read More 

3 Easy Ways To Prevent Eye Injuries At Work

In general, eye injuries are among the most common type of injury sustained in the workplace. Injuries caused by falling or flying objects occur every day in workplaces across the United States. Fortunately, these types of injuries are the most preventable. However, it takes a conscientious effort on all employees to create a safe work environment that's free from eye hazards. Following are three easy ways to prevent eye injuries at work. Read More 

4 Reasons To Hire A Personal Injury Attorney

There are situations that may arise in life that can be difficult to handle. Loss of income and being severely injured are thing you will want to avoid. However, accidents occur every day and if you are involved in one, you may need to hire a personal injury attorney to recover your financial losses. Knowing the reasons to hire this type of attorney can prepare you in case any of these situations occurs to you. Read More 

How To File A Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Petition

Falling behind on your bills can be an emotionally and financially difficult situation to handle. Fortunately, there is a process where you can seek the help of a bankruptcy court in developing repayment plans with your creditors that will stop their collection efforts. Here is how you can file a Chapter 13 bankruptcy petition to give you time to pay back what you owe based on how much money you are currently making. Read More 

Reaping The Rewards Of Being A Whistleblower On Fraudulent Activity

The word "whistleblower" is usually seen within a negative context, used alongside slang words such as "narc," "snitch," "tattletale," and "weasel." When individuals choose to engage in shady behavior (ripping off the government by cutting corners on taxes) the culprits involved are rarely eager to be discovered. When someone does discover their unlawful deeds, they often ask for the discovering individual to keep quiet, potentially even involving blackmail to insure that their actions remain a secret from the Internal Revenue Service. Read More