What to Do If You Believe You Have Been Misclassified as a Contractor and You Need Worker's Compensation

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If you get hurt on the job, you are entitled to worker’s compensation. However, if you are an independent contractor or a freelancer, your “boss” is not required to offer you any worker’s compensation. That said, there are rules on classifying workers as employees or independent contractors. If you believe that you have been misclassified, you should contact a worker’s compensation attorney. That professional can help you bring a misclassification case against your attorney, so you can ultimately get the compensation you deserve.…

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Lawyers: Dealing With Contract Disputes

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No matter how understanding and fair you are, in the world of business, there will always be disputes between yourself and your clients or customers. The majority of business disputes relate to conditions which are detailed in the contracts you have signed. Below is a guide to everything you need to know about dealing with a contract dispute. Instruct a lawyer to act on your behalf As soon as it becomes clear that a contract is in dispute, you should instruct a lawyer to act on your behalf.…

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What Happens to the Children When Separated Parents Live Far from Each Other?

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When two parents go through a divorce, it can be a particular harrowing time for the children. Both of the adults need to think carefully about their actions when trying to resolve their issues, as the well-being of the kids must be front and centre. Of course, it’s understandable that both parents want to see as much as possible of their offspring as they can, but this can present significant issues, disagreement and misunderstanding.…

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