For those arrested and charged with a crime, there may come a time when you want to make that charge disappear. Whether you were convicted or not, an arrest record remains in place. When it comes to taking steps like applying for an apartment lease or a job, the arrest must often be revealed, at times to your detriment. Expungement allows an opportunity to erase that arrest. Read on to find out more about your chances for accomplishing expungement.
- When you file a worker's compensation claim, it can be frustrating if your claim is denied. If this happens to you, you need to work closely with your attorney on an appeal. You need to remain as calm and professional as possible during this trying time. Here are some additional tips to help you get through the process with a positive outcome. Attend All Medical Appointments Medical evidence is the crux of all worker's compensation claims.
- Design professionals play an important role in the construction industry; architects are responsible for designing the buildings that are constructed each day. Contracts between architects and their clients should be designed to limit the architect's liability in relation to any given project. There are three essential provisions that a construction attorney can incorporate into an architect's contract to minimize financial risk. 1. Limit Financial Recovery Any time a breach of contract occurs, the injured party can seek financial compensation in a court of law.
- If you have been injured at work, your employer should be covering the costs of your medical bills and possibly things like pain and suffering as well as loss of salary. Theoretically, your employer should have workers' comp so that your medical costs should be covered, but if they aren't covering them, for whatever reason, you may need to get an attorney so that you can get what you deserve.
- If you and your spouse have decided to get divorced, there are certain financial steps that you need to take in order to protect your financial future and move forward with separating your finances from one another. Ideally, you will be able to work together with your spouse on these steps. #1 Have Personal Accounts The first thing that you need to do is make sure that you and your spouse each have separate accounts.