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June 7, 2020 in

Liability on Employers in the Wake of COVID-19

Liability on Employers in the Wake of COVID-19 A previously unidentified coronavirus has caused the 2019 coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in turn sparking a global pandemic and leaving no one unaffected. As a result, a greater emphasis is being placed on technology as school is being conducted from home, important business meetings are being held on video conferencing platforms, and families are catching up on video...
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June 1, 2020 in

Is The Money Received From A Successful Legal Case Taxable?

Is The Money Received From A Successful Legal Case Taxable? When a case ends successfully (either by a judgment from a Court or a settlement), frequently the plaintiff will be awarded money damages.  One question that arises after the recovery of money damages from a personal injury lawsuit or other types of cases is whether the damages can be taxed. The answer is: it depends.*...
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May 18, 2020 in

What is a Statute of Limitations?

What is a Statute of Limitations? A statute of limitations sets a specific amount of time following an injury or accident for a person or company to file a lawsuit and seek a remedy. Once the time specified by the statute has passed, a claim concerning the accident or injury is barred. (more…)
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May 11, 2020 in

Social Media Tips for Your Court Case

Social Media Tips for Your Court Case Social media began in the late nineties and over 3 billion people currently use it across the globe. That number increases each day. As time progresses, the platforms are becoming more and more versatile and allows users to share information in the moment, raw and unfiltered. (more…)
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April 13, 2020 in

Why Do Truck Drivers Get Distracted?

Why Do Truck Drivers Get Distracted? Truck drivers have a difficult job and many make their tasks exponentially more difficult by allowing themselves to get distracted while driving their 60,000-pound tractor-trailer at highway speed.  Minor distractions like eating or changing the radio can lead to major problems, but drivers who use an in-cab computer or their mobile phone while driving are playing a deadly game. ...
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