Why Worker's Compensation Does Not Apply To Freelancers

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There are some careers that pay off big in the matter of freedom and extra income. Take freelancing, for example. This is a career choice that allows you to be your own boss, make your own hours, take whatever time off you need whenever you need it and without penalties, and make a great income. Then there is the downside: no healthcare benefits, no paid vacation, no pension or retirement benefits, and NO worker’s compensation.…

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How To Prove Inadequate Security In An Injury Lawsuit

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Owners or managers of public properties are expected to provide adequate security to protect all visitors from injuries. If you are injured in such a place due to inadequate security, you can use the lack of security as a basis for a liability claim against the building’s managers or owners. Of course, you will need to prove your claim, and the following four factors are some of the things you can use to prove your claim:…

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Whose Who Of Medical Malpractice: Determining Who Is At Fault

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When you are hurt, it is common to see a number of different doctors for your initial diagnosis and your checkups. It is important to get a proper diagnosis and proper follow-up care for any of your health problems. The only time seeing multiple doctors will be a big issue is when something goes wrong, and you find yourself the victim of medical malpractice. If this happens, you may figure out that you cannot adequately pin down where and when the malpractice happened.…

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