Dealing With Insurance Companies: There are many ways that you can get injured that would lead you to deal with an insurance company, whether it's yours or someone else's. Insurance companies have vast legal and financial resources at their employ. You do not, unfortunately, and this can lead to a lot of frustration on your part. Hiring a personal injury attorney will help you level the playing field. They know what the company is legally responsible for and can hold them to it. [Read More]
Confusing Custody Choices: Joint And Shared Custody
Of prime importance to parents being divorced is anything connected to minor children. Parents today have more than one or two choices when it comes to custody arrangements but most parents choose between two popular ones: joint custody and shared custody. If you think they both sound like the same thing, you are not alone in your puzzlement. To clear things up, read on. Understanding Legal Custody The confusion about terms stems from the way custody is divided both physically and legally. [Read More]
Navigating the New World of Post-Lockdown Employment
No one really knows how the next few months will play out regarding reopenings and staying safe while there's no vaccine for COVID-19. However, two things are clear: there will likely be more cases, and workers heading back into office settings may find themselves in situations where exposure to the virus is a real possibility. Workers need to know how to protect themselves and what to do if they develop COVID-19 after returning. [Read More]
What Can You Do After Cancer Misdiagnosis?
Cancer misdiagnosis is a huge problem. It is important to catch conditions like cancer as early as possible to increase the chances of surviving the disease and recovering. Treatment is more effective when cancer is caught early in most cases. For this reason, you rely on a doctor to be able to recognize the signs of cancer and diagnose it early so that it can be treated. It can make all the difference between life and death, whether you are diagnosed with breast, cervical, skin, colon, or bone cancer. [Read More]