Away From Work? You May Still Be Covered For Workers’ Comp

When it comes to certain types of jobs, you may be on the road more than you are "in plant", but there are numerous job that require travel at least every once in a while. When your trip goes wrong and you get injured or become ill while away on business, can you still count on your employer's workers' comp coverage? Read on to learn more information about how this issue is treated. Read More 

Real Estate Attorney Questions And Answers

Retaining the services of a real estate attorney may be an essential step during the process of buying or selling a property. However, those that are uninformed or ill-experienced with these services will often neglect to use them to protect themselves or they may have an incorrect understanding of what they should expect. What Are Some Situations Where You Would Need A Real Estate Agent? Any real estate transaction will involve a series of negotiations and the need to prepare a variety of documents to be submitted to the court. Read More 

Total Disability May Not Mean What You Think It Means

When you suffer a condition that leaves you unable to work, you may qualify to receive 50 to 80 percent of your pre-disability income on a monthly basis. What you believe qualifies you for total disability payments and what your insurer actually thinks can be two completely different things, however. Here's how insurers typically define total disability and what you can do to ensure you meet those definitions and avoid having your benefits reduced or your claim denied altogether. Read More 

Laws For Parents: How Can You Be Responsible For Unlawful Acts By Kids?

For those who are parents, it would seem obvious that you are responsible for your kids. That can also include being responsible for actions they take to do damage to property or others. Some states have parental responsibility laws in place that will hold parents fully responsible for things that children do if they cause damage or harm. The following are some things all parents need to know about parental responsibility laws: Read More 

Where There’s A Will There’s A Way: 3 Reasons You Need To Have A Will

When it comes to your future, and the future of your family, a will is one of the most important pieces of paper you can have. Dying intestate – without a will – can lead to serious complications for your loved ones. An active will is your way of telling the state, and everyone else, exactly what you want to have happen to your assets. If you don't have a will, it's up to the courts to determine how your assets are divided. Read More