Injured On The Job? Follow These Steps For Filing A Claim

If you are injured on the job, it is important to follow the right protocol for filing a workers' compensation claim. Your employer and the human resources department will have their own guidelines for what to do following an injury and how to file a claim. To be sure the entire process goes as smoothly as possible and you receive the benefits you are owed, make sure you perform the following steps to getting that claim filed: Read More 

Transitioning To A New Career After Injury

If you've been injured due to anything from an automobile accident to a job site injury, you may need to transition to another career in order to stay as close to your old quality of living as possible. Performing your previous duties may be physically painful or mentally taxing because of the injury, making your old job nigh impossible to complete. Whether you think your settlement amount is enough or not, consider a few services that can protect your future beyond a simple cash payment. Read More 

Fewer Bankruptcies As People Turn To Alternative Solutions

Bankruptcy filings are steadily declining across the nation; in fact, 2013 saw a 12.6% decrease in individual bankruptcies over the previous year. The 2014 numbers reflect only about three bankruptcies for every 1,000 people in the country, the lowest rate since 1990. While these numbers reflect the dropping unemployment rate, they also may indicate more people are choosing alternatives to bankruptcy. Bankruptcy may be the right decision for you, but before committing to it, consider the following options. Read More 

You’ve Been Charged With Assault & Battery - Now What?

You got into a fight with another person, and then you were arrested and charged with assault and battery. Now what should you do? If you've never been involved in a situation like this before, it can be pretty scary and confusing. The first thing you should do is educate yourself on what an assault and battery charge is. Then, you need to hire an experienced criminal defense lawyer who will walk you through the rest of the process of dealing with your charges. Read More 

What You Need To Do About LLCs And Asset Protection

When you are going through and planning your estate, you might be wondering what are some of the best ways to protect your personal property. Asset protection is one of the most highly valued parts of a good estate plan. One of the best ways to protect your personal property is to create LLCs. Here is what you need to know about personal LLCs. What Is A LLC? An LLC is a limited liability company. Read More