Category: Law 

The Importance of Business Insurance

Business owners face unique risks each day, and in spite of a risk management strategy in place, businesses still need additional protection from these liabilities. Business insurance is a way to protect the company financially, whether you choose to purchase a policy through a nationwide provider or you seek an industry-specific captive consulting firm. Your

What You Need To Know About Workers Compensation Deadlines

Workers’ compensation is a type of insurance that supplies medical benefits to employees injured on the job and wage replacement. In exchange, the employee relinquishes the right to sue the employer for negligence. Each state administers its own workers’ compensation program and has different deadlines for reporting an incident to the employer and when to

Settlement Amounts in Car Accident Concussion Cases

Concussions are not the only head injuries sustained in accidents. They are, however, one of the most common types of head injuries. Concussions are not just a result of accidents but are the result of sports injuries. Hockey and football, professional and amateur, are common sports where concussions often happen. Regardless of the reason for a

Legal Options When Dealing With Domestic Violence

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, with 2020 being especially poignant due to domestic violence being named a sort of shadow pandemic to COVID-19, with global cases thought to be seeing increases of around 20% during times of quarantine-related lockdown. Part of increasing awareness of domestic violence is developing a better understanding of legal options

5 Perks of Owning a Motorcycle

Are you considering purchasing a motorcycle? Yes, riding a motorcycle can sometimes be dangerous, particularly if the roads are slick or it suddenly starts pouring down rain while you are on the interstate. If you get into a jam, it is best to call a Denver Motorcycle Accident Lawyer for assistance with receiving compensation. But

Getting an Employment Lawyer for Delivery Drivers Misclassification

There are many reasons why an employer could misclassify employees, and often when it happens, it all ends in legal suits. In May 2020, California sued Lyft and Uber over the alleged misclassification of their drivers as independent contractors. Some misclassifications are arguable as erroneous occurrences or unclear understanding of labor laws, but most employers are just