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Is Sole Custody The Right Choice For Your Child?

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When parents divorce, custody choices are sure to follow. This issue can naturally be emotional and therefore contentious. It pays to understand what is meant by the term sole custody with its physical and legal variations. Read to learn more about this important divorce issue. Sole Physical Custody When the parents or the judge decides that the child should reside with one parent primarily, that is sole physical custody. Both parents still have equal legal responsibility for the child, however.…

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Why Your Personal Injury Attorney Will Request That You Cease Contact With The Other Party

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Following an injury, it’s common to have a series of discussions with the party that you believe was negligent in your accident. For example, if you slipped and fell in a gym, you might go back and forth with the gym owner about the status of your injury — and he or she may make some financial offers to you. If your injury has worsened or you’ve otherwise decided to hire a personal injury attorney, it’s common for him or her to ask that you stop communicating with the other party once you’ve signed legal representation paperwork.…

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Tips For Driver's Involved In Vehicle Accidents With Commercial Trucks

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While commercial trucks are a necessary part of transporting freight and keeping commerce moving, they are also a hazard to other drivers on the road. Since semi-trucks are so big and heavy, they have large blind spots and require a longer distance to stop than passenger vehicles do. If you are ever involved in an accident with a commercial truck, then these tips will help you recover your damages afterward.…

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Were You Sexually Harrassed At Work? What You Should Do

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Whether you are male or female, being sexually harassed in the workplace can be beyond devastating. Whether you were sexually harassed verbally or physically, it’s not something that you should be quiet about, but you may not know what to do. Read on to learn more.  Go to Human Resources The first thing that you should do is go to your human resources department to file a sexual harassment complaint. Make sure that this complaint is taken very seriously, that it’s documented, and that you know exactly what they intend to do to the person who sexually harassed you.…

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Understanding A Few Types Of Product Liability

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If you have been injured in some way by a product, then you may be able to file a product liability claim. This type of lawsuit may allow you to receive money from the manufacturer, installer, or store that sold or installed the product into your home. When it comes to product liability, you should understand that there are a few different types of defects. It is important to identify the defect to understand who is liable for the injury.…

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What To Do If You're Ever Charged With Driving Under The Influence

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Being criminally charged with driving under the influence (DUI) is very serious business indeed. The penalties for this kind of charge can be life-changing, with everything from fines to actual jail time being on the table. It’s a pretty scary charge and you definitely want to minimize your chances of receiving the conviction. If you’ve already been charged with a DUI or if it ever happens to you in the future the tips below will help you understand what you need to do.…

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How Do You Prove That You Were Wrongfully Terminated?

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If you can show that you were fired from a job on inappropriate grounds, you have a lot to gain. Your old company may have to reimburse you for the money you lost by being unemployed after you were fired, for example. The company may also have to pay damages based on the fact that they hurt your career. Proving that your firing was inappropriate can be a more difficult task than it sounds, though.…

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3 Ways To Plan For Your Child Custody Hearing

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If you are going to go before a judge for a child custody hearing, you want to make sure that you are prepared. During the hearing, you are going to need to show that you are involved in your child’s life and that as a parent, you have the ability to provide for your child both financially and emotionally. You need to basically prove that you have the ability to take care of your child and that you care about your child.…

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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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