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Two Signs Your Employer May Be Committing Workers' Comp Fraud

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Save for a few exceptions, employers in every state (sans Texas) are required to carry workers’ compensation insurance. Unfortunately, some companies don’t want to go to the trouble of or spend the money getting this insurance, which often leaves injured employees with unpaid medical bills and other problems after an on-the-job accident. Here are two signs your employer may be committing workers’ comp fraud so you can take the appropriate steps to force the company to comply with the law. Read More»

4 Ways to Get Back on Track After a Debilitating Car Accident

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People who have been involved in serious car wrecks usually seem to remember their accidents occurring in slow motion. They can see it coming, but often, there are no effective defensive maneuvers they can make to prevent their catastrophic collisions. In the time that it takes to get out of the hospital, complete physical therapy, and go back to work, those who are the victims of car accidents must still pay bills, take care of themselves, and in some cases, support their families. Read More»

Proving Your Work Injury: When You've Been Denied Workers Compensation Benefits

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When you get injured on the job, it would seem like an easy process to file a report with your employer and begin to receive workers compensation benefits. While this happens in some cases, it is also possible that the insurance provider questions your injuries and denies you the benefits that you deserve. If you go to an independent medical exam and the doctor tells you that you aren’t injured, you may feel like you have no choice but to try and start working again. Read More»

Four Illegal Job Screening Questions (And What You Can Do When You Encounter Them)

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If you’ve recently begun job hunting after being at a single employer for some time, you may be taken aback by modern job searching methods – from online applications and pre-employment screening quizzes to video interviews with hiring managers across the globe, today’s job market is more high-tech than ever. However, despite the rapid increases in technology, there are a number of job interview questions that are illegal under federal and state law, and online screening tools are no exception. Read More»

Confused About "Consumer Bankruptcy" Vs. Bankruptcy In General? Clarification That Can Help

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When you think of bankruptcy, you are probably thinking of the most basic aspects of it. A bankruptcy filing does away with your debts, wiping your financial slate clean and providing you with a fresh start. That is probably what you think of most often, but then you are thrown phrases like “consumer bankruptcy”, “non-consumer debt”, etc. This may be confusing, since you thought all debt under bankruptcy law was essentially the same. Read More»