How To Terminate A Rental Lease In The Absence Of A Breach Of Contract

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Proving a breach of contract is the easiest way to get out of a rental contract. However, there are other routes you can take to get out of a rental lease even without proving a breach of contract from the landlord's side. Here are three of those routes. Trigger the Early Termination Clause If you haven't already scoured the contents of your lease agreement, go back to it and read it again.

17 July 2018

Vocational Rehabilitation Services That You May Get From Workers' Compensation

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Workers' compensation doesn't just reimburse you for lost wages and pay your medical bills; it should also help you get back to work. Here are some of the vocational rehabilitation services that workers' compensation can help you with. Retraining Costs In some cases, you may need retraining before getting back to their former jobs or looking for suitable jobs. This may be the case if your injuries have made it impossible for you to do your work as you used to do before and an adaption is needed or if you have to migrate to a new position.

19 June 2018

The Pros And Cons Of Taking A Structured Settlement For A Workers Compensation Claim

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When it comes time to settle a workers comp case, you may be offered a lump sum settlement or a structured settlement. With a lump sum settlement, you get all of your money upfront and in one check. With a structured settlement, you get a certain amount of money each month, quarter or year, depending on the terms of the agreement, until the agreed-upon settlement amount is paid out. There are pros and cons to both options.

14 May 2018

Understanding Workers' Comp And Suitable Job Offers

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If you've been so badly hurt at work that you can no longer work at your job, you may be offered several options. In most cases, your employer's workers' comp will attempt to "make you whole" by providing medical care, money, vocational rehabilitation and more. In some cases, you may be offered a job. Read on to learn how to deal with workers' comp suitable job offers. What to know about the suitable job offer

16 April 2018

3 Benefits Of Getting Private Disability Insurance

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If you are like many people, you probably already know about Social Security disability insurance. As you probably already know, if you become disabled, you can apply for disability payments through Social Security to help you cover your living expenses. What you might not realize, however, is that there is separate coverage that you can purchase for yourself: private disability insurance. These are a few benefits of purchasing this type of coverage.

17 March 2018

4 Good Reasons To Pursue A Career In Corporate Law

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If you have a business-savvy mindset and are looking for a way to increase your earnings, you may want to pursue a career as a corporate lawyer. After three years of law school, you can put your existing business knowledge and new legal knowledge to work, defending corporations against various legal accusations. But why should you choose corporate law over so many other options available? Here are six reasons. 1. There are diverse career opportunities.

14 February 2018

3 Tips For Helping Your Kids Through A Divorce

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One of the more challenging times in life could involve ending your marriage. This is sure to be extremely stressful for you and your entire family. In fact, if you have kids, it may be a good idea to prepare your children as much as possible for this situation. Being aware of tips that can potentially ease the stress of divorce for your younger loved ones may be helpful to your family.

17 January 2018