Has Your Work-Related Injury Reached A Plateau?

Short-term workers' comp allows workers time and benefits to get better after a work-related injury, and then return to their previous jobs. Not all injuries, however, follow those steps. If your injury is either more severe or is slow to heal, you may be looking at an entirely different set of circumstances. Read on to learn more about what it means to have a work-related injury that doesn't get better. [Read More]

Why You Might Need An Employment Law Attorney For Your Company

As the owner of a company, it is important to make sure that you have access to an employment law attorney, whether you have ten employees or a thousand of them. Even though you might like to handle a lot of things on your own when it comes to your business, having an attorney that specializes in employment law on hand is a good idea. Here are some of the reasons having an attorney available is helpful: [Read More]

3 Ways You Might Be Able To Avoid Conviction After Being Charged With A Drug Offense

If you recently ended up in handcuffs because the police found you in possession of illegal drugs, you're obviously not having the best week of your life. That said, you should keep your head up. Being charged with a crime is not the same as being convicted of a crime and depending on the circumstances, you might be able to avoid conviction. Here are three strategies for fighting a drug offense in court. [Read More]

The Toys R Us Bankruptcy And What It Means For Employees

A few months ago, Toys R Us, an international retail toy chain, announced that it had filed for bankruptcy. The company was over its head in debt, trying to stay open just long enough to prosper through the holiday season. Not much was mentioned in regards to how the store was going to manage things after the holidays, or what the bankruptcy filing meant for employees. Bankruptcy lawyers, and those that know and understand how this process works, had a good idea of which types of bankruptcy were filed, and what would happen next. [Read More]