Proving a worker's compensation case for stress and stress related injuries

Posted on: 14 February 2017

There is a growing understanding of the role of employers in providing both a physically and mentally safe workplace for their employees. If you find that you have been unable to go to work because your employer has not provided a mentally safe workplace, you may be eligible for worker's compensation to make up for loss of income and any costs you have incurred during your injury.  Here are the steps to take.
[Read More]

Why You Need to Be Aware of the Statute of Limitations When Pursuing a Debt

Posted on: 13 February 2017

If you've been struggling with a large debt for a long time now and may be worried that you may not be able to get the debtor to pay, you may also have started to worry about the statute of limitations. What do you need to know as you go forward? Unravelling the Options There are a lot of individual rules governing whether or not a statute of limitation can be "
[Read More]

Why should I get a domestic violence restraining order?

Posted on: 24 January 2017

A domestic violence restraining order is simply a civil court order that guarantees protection from any form of threat by any individual who is related to your by marriage or blood, any individual who is currently living with you under the same roof, or any individual with whom you have a dating relationship. This article explains how a domestic violence protection order can help you. What is domestic violence? For the purpose of a restraining order, domestic violence or abuse is defined as the act or attempted act of physical or psychological violence, harassment, stalking, or coercion.
[Read More]

3 Elements that a Case Petitioner Should Consider When Seeking a Lawyer

Posted on: 17 January 2017

Advancement in democracy has enhanced the process of justice delivery, which has guaranteed fairness to individuals. Law is broad and incorporates different initiatives that influence the final verdict that is rendered by a judge or jury. As a case petitioner, the ability to convince the court to rule in your favor rests on the competency of your lawyer. Therefore, because this is one of the most fundamental components of attaining justice, you should not take any chances as it could jeopardize your case.
[Read More]