Tips For Your Wrongful Death Case Against The Police

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Did you recently lose a loved one who was shot or otherwise killed during an encounter with the police or some other official source of authority? You will have a long road ahead of you if you intend to file a wrongful death suit, but you should also know that it is possible to come out of this situation with the justice you seek. To that end, here are some tips to keep in mind when filing a wrongful death case against the authorities:…

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The Process Of Receiving Workers' Compensation

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As an employee, it is important to understand the timeline of the workers’ compensation process in case you ever have to file after being injured on the job. Here are the steps that you will go through. Report The Injury The first steps happen right after the injury occurs. You’ll need to report the injury to your supervisor, who will then make a formal report about what happened. The employee is then responsible for making a workers’ compensation claim.…

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Automatic Bankruptcy Stays: How Do You Handle Creditor Harassment After You File?

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Every individual who files Chapter 7 bankruptcy receives an automatic stay during their case. But if you receive multiple threatening and blatantly abusive telephone calls, emails, or texts from a creditor during your Chapter 7 proceedings, speak to a consumer bankruptcy lawyer immediately. You may have a creditor harassment case on your hands. Learn how to handle creditor harassment below. What Exactly Is Creditor Harassment? With a few exceptions, an automatic stay prevents collection agencies and creditors from contacting bankruptcy petitioners about their debt, including court judgments and liens.…

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