Three Legal Issues To Avoid At The Company's Holiday Party
30 November 2015
Holiday office parties can be a lot of fun -- until somebody spikes the punch and somebody else has a few too many cups of it. If things get out of hand, your company could end up facing a lawsuit. Here are 3 things to look out for (and a few ways to prevent them):
1.) Sexual Harassment
A stolen kiss under the mistletoe never harmed anybody, right? Wrong. With the alcohol flowing and inhibitions lowered, someone could decide to plant an unwanted kiss on someone else.
PTSD And How You Can Be Covered For Workers' Comp
11 November 2015
Workers' compensation insurance was created to cover medical expenses and lost wages for those who are injured while at work. Many people may be unaware, however, that workers' comp also covers psychological injuries. If you have been in involved in , or witnessed, a psychologically stressful event at work, you should know that your ability to do your job could be greatly impacted by PTSD, and sometimes you are not able to go to work at all.
Pedestrian-Car Accidents: Learn What To Do And Who Could Be At Fault
14 October 2015
It goes without saying that hitting a pedestrian while driving can be an awful experience, and in the chaos that follows the accident, a lawsuit or questions over who might be at fault can often be the furthest thing from your mind. While it is true that drivers are required to be especially careful behind the wheel while pedestrians are present, fault for a pedestrian-car accident does not always squarely fall on the driver's part.
Playing Fair In Divorce - Tips For The Courtroom
22 September 2015
If your pending divorce is heading to court, this can be stressful and emotional to prepare for. Not being able to come to an agreement on child custody agreements or finances can make both parties angry and sensitive. The one thing you should avoid is coming off badly in court. Here are four tips for preparing for your day in divorce court.
1. A Professional and Conservative Look
If you are hoping to have divorce proceedings close in your favor regarding either finances or custody agreements, don't bring attention to yourself by dressing down for court.