Ride Share Services And Employment Law Issues

Ride share services are still a fairly new concept. Since they are different than traditional taxi services, there are some different issues that have arisen, such as accident liability and employment law issues. The courts are awash with cases involving ride share services. As a result, some exciting legal precedents and new case law are being written. There are several employment law issues involving ride share services that are still being worked through the courts in several states. Read More 

Proceed With Caution: Things That Could Ruin Your Workers Compensation Case

Are you currently receiving workers compensation benefits? If so, you may feel somewhat relieved especially if it took awhile for you to start receiving compensation. Some people allow their sense of relief to cause them to become too relaxed about their cases. As a result, they may behave in ways that could harm their case or potentially stop their benefits prematurely. The following are examples of actions that could negatively impact your case. Read More 

Why Do Dogs Bite?: Secure Your Dog To Avoid A Personal Injury Lawsuit

Children are among the most common victims of dog bites, and the damage can be extremely brutal. While pit bulls, rottweilers, and mastiffs are among the dogs commonly responsible for dog bites, any dog can attack. Unfortunately about 86% of these attacks cause bodily harm. This is not only because children are small, but also because they often do not know how to act around dogs. If you think that dogs only bite strangers, think again. Read More 

3 Main Elements Surrounding An Arson Charge

Anyone who goes out and intentionally burns an item that doesn't belong to them could find themselves being charged with arson. The main goal of charging individuals with arson was to prevent someone from being burned alive inside of their own homes. The laws surrounding arson today involve burning any property. It doesn't have to be a building, home, structure or somewhere that someone is inside. It can simply be a piece of land, building, or someone's property. Read More 

Too Much Social Security: How To Prevent And Respond To Benefit Overpayments

Several situations may lead to your receiving an overpayment of Social Security benefits. There are rules that you may not be aware of when you begin drawing payments from Social Security. You should know how to protect yourself from being overpaid, how to find out what the rules are for your situation, and how to contest an overpayment claim by the Social Security Administration. Be transparent: keep the SSA office informed of any and all changes. Read More