Employers of Single Parents: How to Make Sure You Are Not Acting Illegally

Posted on: 1 September 2015
Did you know that there is a national holiday designated to single parents? It was set into motion by President Ronald Reagan in 1984 to be on March 21 every year. Single parents are an important part of society. With more and more single men and women raising children on their own, it is important that you know how to deal with single parents at your business to avoid unnecessary legal troubles.
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Why You Must Write A Spoliation Letter After A Truck Accident

Posted on: 12 August 2015
When you have become the victim of a car accident caused by a semi-truck, you will need to gather enough evidence to demonstrate that the trucking company was responsible for the accident. This will be the difference between a smaller and much larger settlement. Unfortunately, some companies will try to destroy evidence, so you will need to send a spoliation letter. What is a Spoliation Letter? A spoliation letter is used to let the trucking company know that you have a claim against them.
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Understanding The Three Elements Of Negligent Hiring

Posted on: 29 July 2015
An employer who hires an unfit employee can be held responsible for injuries and damages caused by the unfit employee. This is based on the principle of negligent hiring. If you are injured by such an employee, then there are three elements that you need to prove to hold his or her employer responsible for negligent hiring: Employee Is Unfit For the Employment This means the employee is unfit for the particular job he or she was hired to do.
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How To Know Whether You Need A Motorcycle Accident Attorney

Posted on: 15 July 2015
If you have always been someone that thought you would be the last to sue anyone, you might not automatically assume that you need an attorney after a motorcycle accident. However, there might come a time when you really do need to seek outside legal help, even if you don't like the idea of turning your situation into a court case. Simply take a few moments of your time in order to determine whether you should hire an attorney for your personal situation.
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