5 Reasons You Need to Take Your Employer To Court

By on Aug 31, 2021 in Personal Injury | 0 comments

Have you been wrongfully terminated from your job? Have you experienced discrimination, harassment, or retaliation in the workplace? If so, it may be time to take your employer to court. In this blog post, we will discuss five reasons you should consider suing for wrongful termination and how a lawyer can help. Why Should You File A Lawsuit Against Your Employer? There are many reasons why employees may need to file a lawsuit against their employer. Here are some of the common ones that you can refer to: 1) Wrongful Termination: If you believe that your employer terminated your employment for a reason other than lack of performance, sexual orientation or gender identity, or the wrong reasons-then it may be time to sue. 2) Wrongful termination can stem from discrimination based on age, race, and disability, as well as retaliation against making a complaint about an employee’s...

What Are Important Things About Car Wreck Lawyers You Must Know?

By on Aug 27, 2021 in Personal Injury | 0 comments

If you are based in Florida, then you must be extra careful every time you hit the road as the number of accident cases is way too high to ignore. The annual figure of accident cases has been around 400,000 cases for the last many years despite many traffic rule awareness programs launched by the government.  There are only two things that you can do to keep things under control — drive carefully and take necessary legal actions in case someone else crashes into your vehicle. While careful driving will help you from making any mistake whenever you take your car out, taking appropriate legal action will ensure that you don’t lose money in paying medical bills and repairing your vehicle.  You don’t need anyone else to teach you how to drive carefully on Florida roads, but for handling an accident case legally, you may need the help of a skilled car wreck law firm...

How to Pay for Long Term Disability

By on Nov 23, 2017 in Long-term disability | 0 comments

The need for long-term disability is always a stressful situation, no matter the circumstances, but it is particularly difficult for the elderly who have limited resources. Many people who are younger have larger support networks in place to help with these issues. There are spouses, friends, siblings, perhaps even parents still around able to help get through a difficult period. Also, younger people have a far greater likelihood of making a full recovery from long-term disability and thus recovering their earning ability and normal quality of life. None of these things are true for the elderly. Many have already lost their spouse. Their parents are gone. If friends and siblings are still around, they are likely also in difficult financial and physical positions and do not have the ability to help out like they might once have. While the person may have children, children can be far...

Drunk Drivers Make Society MADD

By on Aug 16, 2017 in Personal Injury | 0 comments

As the automobile continues to reshape our world in many different ways it is important to recognize the potential for possibly dangerous scenarios involving cars and people. Driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol is a severe offense and can ruin the lives of everyone involved, including the drivers. Drunk driving is a direct insult to the rest of society as it sends the message that the driver is indifferent to any catastrophe or pain they may cause as a result of their negligent actions. If we are to progress to an age where innocent life is not taken by selfish offenders it must begin with more rigorous educational campaigns that can show the true pain experienced by victims of such crashes. Due to the high rates of accidents that involved the consumption of alcohol, there have been countless studies done by countless organization who have one goal, and that is...

How is Spousal Support Calculated?

By on Aug 3, 2017 in Divorce, Domestic Violence | 0 comments

When you get a divorce, there are numerous areas where there can be disputes between you and your spouse, such as child custody and support, division of property, and perhaps the most controversial of all – spousal support. According to the website of Higdon, Hardy & Zuflacht, spousal support is complicated than you think, because it is calculated with so many factors in mind. Divorce can be a life-changing experience, and the goal of spousal support is to at least minimize this change in the financial aspect. Below are some of the factors that are considered in spousal support calculations. Duration of the marriage If the spouses are married for more than 10 years, spousal support is more likely. A lot can happen in 10 years – a spouse that can be too used with the high standard of living, a spouse that has been away from the job market for a long time because of domestic duties....