If conditions at your job recently reached the untenable point, you may have chosen to save your sanity (and your health) by turning in your notice of resignation rather than waiting for matters to implode or for you to be terminated. Unfortunately, in many cases, employees who have quit instead of being fired may find themselves on the receiving end of a denial of unemployment benefits. Are you still eligible for these benefits if your unemployment is due to your unwillingness to go along with an unsafe or unethical work environment rather than being fired?
If you've been charged with the task of handling the estate of someone you knew who passed away, you have quite a responsibility on your plate. There are a significant number of particulars to deal with and if you've never had to oversee an estate before you may not know what to do. That's where a probate attorney can come in and help you. Use this information to learn more about why an attorney is absolutely critical when you're handling an estate.
If you have been struggling with your finances and debt obligations in recent years, you may find yourself wondering whether the time has come to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. While you may be ready to call a bankruptcy lawyer right away to get the process started, you should consider some factors that affect the Chapter 7 bankruptcy process first so you can be sure that you are making the right decision for your circumstances.
Do you have a bad neighbor that likes to park on your lawn or driveway or leaves their belongings on your side of the property line? If so, you don't just need to hope they move out soon. You're legally entitled to keep them and their belongings off of your property. However, you need to do this the right way to avoid legal problems of your own. Start with a Nice Chat
The oil and gas industry is hazardous for employees. With an injury rate 7 times higher than that of other industries in the United States, how to make the workplace safe for employees is always under scrutiny. If you have been hurt on an oil rig and you were following all safety precautions, you are entitled to financial compensation for your injuries. The most common injuries on an oil rig include toxic chemical exposure, burns from explosions, and head injuries due to falling from great heights.