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4 Reasons To Have A Homeowner's Association

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If you live in a large neighborhood where there are many houses in place, this can lead to a lot of conflicts and unwanted concerns. It’s common for many people to avoid doing the right thing and this can become a nuisance to you. The ideal way to handle a situation of this type is to put a homeowner’s association (HOA) in place. Being aware of some top reasons to do so may be the motivation you need. Read More»

Homeowner's Insurance Denied Your Claim? What You Need To Do

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Repairing the damage that occurs in your home is extremely important. Things such as fire, flooding, or even theft can devastate your property, leaving behind a trail of disaster that absolutely must be taken care of. If you’ve been paying your homeowner’s insurance faithfully each month or year, you might think it will be very easy for you to file a claim and get the financial assistance you need to take care of the damage in your home. Read More»

Why Might Your Workers' Compensation Claim Be Denied?

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Workers’ compensation is insurance to protect employees from financial loss if they’ve been injured at work. The benefit of workers’ compensation is that you don’t have to prove who caused the accident/injury. Even if you are responsible, you may still qualify for workers’ compensation if you were working at the time of the accident. Check out these three reasons your claim may be denied. You Waited to Report the Accident Read More»

A Quick Guide To Workers Comp Cases

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If you’re thinking about getting what you need from a workers comp case, it’s important that you do what you can to hire a team of legal professionals that will competently try your case. Sometimes it comes down to hiring a firm that can help you find a settlement. When you get hurt at work and need recourse that lets you heal and move forward, read these tips and contact some legal pros near you. Read More»

Injured Employee? What Are Your Next Steps?

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If you have an employee that gets injured while on the job, it is your responsibility to ensure that you help that employee with his or her immediate medical needs. You also need to report the injury incident to your workers’ compensation insurance company. After that, what are your next steps? To ensure that you help your employee as much as possible and prevent any similar injuries in the future, while also ensuring a smooth claim’s process, here are four things that you should do: Read More»

Are You An Immigrant On U.S. Soil? Don't Assume New Marijuana Liberties Apply To You

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If you live in one of the states where marijuana is now legal medically or for both medical and recreational use, congratulations. You’re now part of the ever-growing movement that’s taken hold nationally that has finally decided that cannabis isn’t all that dangerous to consumers—unless that consumer happens to be an immigrant. Even an immigrant that’s here on a student visa, work visa, or some other legal status can get into trouble with marijuana usage—even in a state that’s declared it legal. Read More»