Three Overlooked Questions to Ask Potential Accident Injury Lawyers

Posted on: 7 January 2016

If you have been injured in an accident, you are not alone. Thousands of people are injured in accidents while on the job and in the community. Sometimes the accidents are minor and you can get a good settlement without much work. However, if you fall into the group of injuries where a lawyer is necessary to get what you are owed, you will want to make sure you do your research as well.
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Three Things You Should Know If You're New to Divorce

Posted on: 18 December 2015

One of the biggest problems with filing for divorce is the emotional aspect. It's the biggest downfall for many, because they get caught up in their emotions and lose sight of the big picture. If you're considering a divorce or find yourself served with papers, there are a few things you should know from the start. Here are three things to keep in mind to help you through the process.
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Nurse Case Managers: What To Know When One Has Been Assigned To Your Workers' Comp Claim

Posted on: 2 December 2015

What's a Nurse Case Manager (NCM) and why has one suddenly been assigned to your workers' compensation claim? What can you do to limit one from needlessly interfering in your medical care? Nurse Case Managers Are Assigned To High-Risk Claims The presence of the NCM on your claim indicates that the insurance company paying your workers' comp claim considers you to be a "high-risk" claim. What that means in plain english is that they're worried about how much money your care is costing.
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Three Ways To Share Parenting Duties Even If You Aren't The Custodial Parent

Posted on: 16 November 2015

Figuring out child custody during a divorce isn't easy, even in an amicable situation. As the noncustodial parent, you will have to deal with not being around your children every day when you get home from work or when they get home from school. Fortunately, there are several ways you can still be a big part of their lives while taking some of the day-to-day work of parenting off of your former spouse.
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