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Advice on Hiring a Lawyer for Personal Injury

Choosing the right attorney to handle your personal injury case may cause additional anxiety during a tense time. Lawyers make a significant difference on the outcome of your case because they are the ones who will negotiate to get you the best possible outcome. Here is some advice on hiring a lawyer for personal injury Read More »

What is the Most Common Motorcycle Injury?

Motorcycles pose a safety risk, even for the most cautious drivers on the road because they are less stable and less visible than cars, vans, and trucks. When motorcycles crash, riders lack the protection of being enclosed and are more likely to be injured or killed. The #1 Most Common Motorcycle Injury Is… The most Read More »

Bike Safety Tips in the City

Biking in the City? The popularity of biking on the road has surged across the U.S. However, the rules are not always clear between drivers, cyclists, and even pedestrians because each concerned party may not know how to respond to the other. In 2014 alone, there were 726 deaths due to bicycle crashes. Today, many Read More »

The Top 10 Most Dangerous Intersections in Texas

An intersection-related crash is a traffic crash in which the event both occurs while approaching or exiting an intersection, and results from a behavior, or action related to the movement through the intersection. When looking at data for Texas, this definition includes intersections of freeways, on and off-ramps and service streets, as well as major Read More »

Signs You were Wrongfully Terminated

Approximately 150,000 people are wrongfully terminated each year across the U.S. Most jobs (unless you are part of a union) are classified as “at will”, meaning an employer may fire an employee at any time, for almost any reason. If you have been fired from your job, how do you know if you were wrongfully Read More »

What to do if you are being Sexually Harassed at Work

Sexual harassment in the workplace can make the victim feel powerless – professionally and personally. There are generally two forms of sexual harassment you should be familiar with: Quid pro quo – An employment decision is based on your submission to the sexual harassment. Hostile work environment – The sexual harassment makes your workplace environment Read More »

What are the Signs you are being Sexually Harassed at Work?

What is Sexual Harassment? Sexual harassment includes unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature that disrupts the workplace. When sexual harassment occurs, the harasser’s conduct must be unwelcomed, otherwise it may not be considered harassment. Sexual harassment has a negative effect on the workplace and Read More »

When Hurt on the Job, what are Your Rights?

Steps to Take When Hurt on the Job Companies across America are required to provide their employees with a safe and healthy work environment. Even if an employer has done everything to ensure a safe workplace, the possibility of accidents and injuries is always there. Examples of workplace injuries include broken bones, irritating pre-existing conditions, Read More »

What to do when Injured on the Job

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, there were approximately 2.9 million nonfatal workplace injuries and illnesses reported by private industry employers in 2015. Sustaining an injury on the job can be a traumatic experience, but all states require companies to have workers’ compensation insurance to protect employees who suffer a workplace injury or illness, Read More »

What Does an Immigration Lawyer do?

What Does an Immigration Lawyer Do? Immigration lawyers focus on issues facing those who would like to move and live in the U.S. or other countries permanently. In addition to immigration, these specialized attorneys also handle cases involving international business deals and getting visas for students and employees. Additionally, they assist people who want to Read More »

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