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Partially Disabled And Dealing With Workers' Compensation

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Work-related injuries can be as varied as the tasks workers do, and not all injuries heal in a timely manner. Your employer is required, in most cases, to provide you with workers’ compensation insurance at no cost. When you get injured at work or through a work-related accident or illness, you can expect to be able to visit the doctor and get treatment for those injuries at no charge. You may also be allowed to stay home and earn a certain amount of your former salary for some length of time.…

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The Painful Issue Of Suing A Salon Customer

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 Hair is both a delicate body part and a delicate discussion at times. Most people concentrate on how their hair looks as it tends to frame their face and enhance their looks. As a salon owner your pride comes in seeing your customers happy with god customers. One of the first things that can happen to your reputation is your customer accusing you of ruining their hair. If you have a customer who is unjustly making claims about your salon, you may have to take the steps to sue them for defamation.…

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There's A Good Chance Your Ex-Spouse Is Hiding Income In The Gig Economy

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It’s always been a challenge getting non-custodial parents to pay their portion of child support. In 2013, parents owed approximately $32.9 billion of support, but only 68.5 percent of custodial parents received their payments. However, the burgeoning gig economy is making it even more difficult for custodial parents to get what’s due because it’s much easier for non-custodial payments to hide this money. Here’s more information about this issue and what you can do to make your ex-spouse pay.…

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