The act of going to court to fight for your rights in a case is an intimidating and daunting prospect, one that can include plenty of potential mistakes and mishaps that can completely ruin your chances of experiencing success and receiving the outcome you desire. You can always take the chance of representing yourself in court, but this is almost ...
The COVID-19 pandemic isn’t showing signs of slowing down and it’s changing the way everyone does business across the country. During the days before the pandemic, clients used to be able to meet with their personal injury lawyers in person to discuss their case and find out if they have grounds for a lawsuit.
You might love going to your job on a daily basis, and for us the thought of an on-the-job accident is distant. But the fact of the matter is, no matter how careful you are, and how much you abide by the safety rules, on-the-job accidents may happen.
You rely on your loved one’s nursing home to care for them and make sure their needs are met every day. With the current pandemic showing no real signs of coming to a halt, it can start to feel like your loved one’s nursing home is anything but a safe haven.
As a teacher, you’re responsible for the wellbeing of your students anytime they’re in the classroom. With COVID-19 cases increasing in schools, there’s always a chance that school districts are putting both your personal safety and the safety of your students at risk in the classroom.
The Coronavirus pandemic has put retail, restaurant, and other service industry workers in a tough position. If they want to keep their jobs, they must risk their health and deal with an often unruly public that’s determined to flaunt local mask ordinances in the name of preserving personal freedom.
We are starting to reopen the country, and no matter how you feel about that, businesses will be open and you might be exposed to coronavirus. There are many unanswered questions as to how the next few months will play out, however, what is equally unsure is how this will affect any coronavirus court cases.
You went to a lot of trouble to find a nursing home or long-term care facility for your loved one when they were no longer able to care for themselves. You trust the staff and doctors at those facilities to protect your loved one and care for them on your behalf.