No one wants to get pulled over and receive a traffic ticket from an officer. However, these things happen sometimes. While the easy thing would be to simply go to the courthouse or city hall and pay the ticket, who wants their auto insurance to skyrocket? It is possible to have your ticket dismissed. The problem is that most people don't have the slightest clue as to how to do it.
Many people think if they file a workers compensation claim in an "at will" state, it can cause them to lose their job. You may even assume the employer will fire you just to avoid paying out. Thankfully, that's not how workers compensation works. Here's what you need to know about your job status when you file a WC claim in an at-will state.
The At-Will Exceptions
At-will employment gives employers the power to dismiss an employee at any time, and for any reason.
If a neighbor's actions result in the death of your valuable tree, you have the right to seek compensation for the loss of the tree. Here are some of the specific damages for which you may seek compensation:
Cost of Removal and Cleanup
Removing a tree isn't cheap; it can range from a few hundred dollars to thousands of dollars. The exact cause depends on different factors, such the size of the tree, how weak the tree is, and how accessible the removal site is, among other things.
Helping a neighbor to decorate their house for the holidays is not bad, but you need to take precautions to avoid injuries. Here are some of the precautions that will help:
Don't do it while Drunk
Working while drunk is always dangerous, especially if the work involves dangerous activities or tools. For example, if you are hanging holiday decorations and have to use ladders, you are engaged in dangerous work and shouldn't do it while drunk.
When you sue a nursing home for damages and losses resulting from its negligence in your (or your loved ones) care, it won't make it easy for you to win. The defendant's attorney will use a number of tactics to either win the case or—at least—reduce the number of damages the company has to pay you. Here are two tactics you're likely to encounter and what you can do to prepare for them.