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Can Undocumented Persons File a Motorcycle Accident Claim?

When a U.S citizen is injured in a motorcycle accident, they are usually pretty confident that they can consult with an attorney to ensure that they are fairly compensated by the negligent party and their insurance company for an accident that was not their fault. However, when undocumented immigrants are accident victims, they may not be as confident that they can seek justice in taking legal action. There is a very real fear of... ❯❯❯

The Most Common Cause of Motorcycle Accidents

There are more than 8.7 million registered motorcycles in the United States, and these smaller vehicles are a common sight on residential roads and highways alike. While motorcyclists enjoy many benefits of their bikes - such as enjoying the weather, convenience, and economic savings - there are also serious risks of accidents and injuries. Over 89,000 motorcyclists report injuries in crashes each year, and about 5,100 motorcyclists are... ❯❯❯

Can employers force you to choose Medicare

Americans are living longer than ever, with a life expectancy of nearly 80 years. Because people are growing older, but remaining healthy, 65 is the new 45, according to Wes Moss. Baby boomers are finding themselves willing and able to work well past their Medicare age. This poses the question, “Can employers force you to choose Medicare?” With Medicare, the answer usually isn’t cut and dried. Even the short answer to... ❯❯❯

Do I Have to Pay for That? Child Support in Illinois.

In Illinois, child support is calculated based on both parent’s income. Once an amount is determined, the non-custodial parent must pay that amount to the custodial parent on an arranged basis. The court orders child support and has the ability to deduct the amount from the non-custodial parent’s paycheck.  This method is usually preferred as the parents do not have to communicate.  Child support payments are... ❯❯❯

Workers’ Comp: How to Identify If Your Employer Is Retaliating Against You?

In California, as in most states, it is illegal for your employer to discriminate you on the sole basis that you had filed for worker’s compensation benefits. In other words, your employer cannot fire, threaten to fire, discipline or perform discriminatory acts (such as cutting hours or wages) against you for the sole basis that you had filed for workers’ comp claims. However, it is still legal for them to do all the listed... ❯❯❯

How You Can Pick The Right Personal Injury Legal Representation

Being injured by the fault of negligence of another person is an extremely frustrating position to be in. These injuries not only can impact your quality of life but it can also derail your professional career. Failure to file a lawsuit can leave you financially responsible for things like medical procedures or physical therapy to help rehab an injury. Permanent impacts of an injury can occur and can prevent you from doing something you... ❯❯❯

DUI Cases: The Key To Winning At Court

Being charged with a DUI can be devastating towards every aspect of your life. You can lose your job, your ability to drive, and many other freedoms we enjoy every day.  A lot of social consequences come with a DUI conviction, as well. For example, a DUI can ruin a relationship between spouses. It’s nice to think those closest to you will forgive you for your mistake, but that’s not always the case. As long as people... ❯❯❯

5 Tips to Choosing an Immigration Lawyer

If you are looking to emigrate to the USA you need a capable immigration lawyer, one that knows the law inside out and who will be able to help you with all your questions. There are certain things you should consider when choosing an immigration lawyer – make sure they are experts in this field is the first and most pertinent point – so here are our 5 tips on how to choose an immigration lawyer who will help you be... ❯❯❯

Employers and Workers’ Comp Claims.

Workers’ compensation, there is a pretty good chance you have heard of it. It’s a system where an employer purchases workers’ compensation insurance so that if their employees get hurt while on the job the employees are taken care of and the employer doesn’t have to pay their bills directly out of pocket. So why then would an employer be against an employee filing workers’ comp? One reason an employer... ❯❯❯

Steps to Take After You’ve Been Pulled Over For A DUI

A DUI (driving under the influence) is a serious criminal offense that has a couple of long-term consequences. The majority of DUIs are considered misdemeanors; however, should a crash occur as a result of driving while under the influence, the offense is viewed as a felony DUI. Such cases are often a result of the driver fleeing the accident scene or causing serious injury or even death due to driving while intoxicated. If you have... ❯❯❯