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Travel Related Injuries & Workers’ Comp

If you are one of those workers that spend nearly as much time on the road as you do in the office, you may find yourself unsure of what steps to take if you're injured outside the office. The question of whether or not workers' comp coverage applies to your injury depends of the exact circumstances of the injury, but if you qualify for coverage you can expect to have all of your medical benefits covered and a portion of your salary paid to you while you stay at home and heal from your injury. Read More 

Has Your Ex-Spouse Relocated To Texas With Your Child? How Can You Enforce Your Rights As A Father?

Co-parenting with an ex-spouse can often be difficult -- especially if your ex-spouse relocates to another state after your divorce. Although just about every state has laws in place requiring custodial parents to seek court permission before moving out of immediate driving distance, if there isn't an existing custody order in place, you could find yourself taken by surprise as your child moves hours (or days) away. In other cases, your ex-spouse may simply ignore the court order and relocate without notice. Read More 

Child Hates Their First Name? 2 Steps For Deciding Whether To Change It Or Not & How To Do It

You likely put a lot of thought into choosing your child's first name when they were a baby and may have even scrolled through many of those "baby name" books to make sure you chose the perfect one for your new child. If your child, as they have grown older, has decided they don't like their first name and have even asked you to change it, then you may wonder just whether you should grant them their request and, if you do, just how to do it. Read More 

Do I Have A Case? Valuable Information About Medical Misdiagnosis

According to Johns Hopkins University, approximately 10 percent of all deaths in the United States each year are caused by medical mistakes. If you or a loved one was recently misdiagnosed by a physician, and it led to severe physical harm or even death, you might be wondering if you have a case. Depending on the circumstances of your relationship with the doctor and the facts of the case, you may have the ability to file a lawsuit against the physician. Read More 

2 Tips For Ensuring You Are Properly Compensated From All Parties At-Fault After An Auto Accident

Whether you were just injured in an auto accident or want to be prepared in case you ever are, you need to make sure you are properly compensated by all parties whose negligence contributed to the accident that harmed you. While, of course, you deserve compensation from the insurance company of the at-fault driver and/or your insurance company if you live in a no-fault auto accident state, you may not realize that there are other parties to blame for your auto accident injuries. Read More