If your spouse has been arrested, arraigned, and jailed, you may be able to spring him/her on a bail bond. The judge will announce what type of bond at the arraignment. A cash bond means that ONLY cash paid to the court/jail is allowed for the release of your spouse. However, if any other sort of bail bond is allowed, you can visit your bail bondsman to make arrangements. When you meet with the bail bondsman, make sure to bring with you any documents showing ownership of valuables and valuable items you have with you. [Read More]
Protecting Yourself While Traveling For Business: Are Injuries & Illnesses Work-Related Or Not?
Worker's compensation covers injuries and illnesses that occur while in the workplace, but what if an individual's workplace is anywhere their boss sends them on business trips? According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, employees need to be actively engaged in work-related activities in order to qualify for worker's compensation while on business trips. Here's what you need to know about worker's compensation if you travel for business. Document Everything in Your Schedule [Read More]
Defending Yourself In A Drag Racing Auto Accident Case
Racing with your buddies on what appears to be empty roads may seem like fun, but it can be dangerous or even deadly if somebody happens to get in the way. As a result, it is critical to understand this type of case, how it can affect you, and defenses you can raise to prevent serious financial loss. Here are some things to consider as you talk to your auto accident lawyer. [Read More]
Know The Steps: Where Are You On The Workers' Comp Ladder?
When you get injured at work, there are few benefits more valuable than that provided by the workers' comp coverage. There are several different benefits available, but what you get is connected to your medical condition. Exactly what you can expect depends on where you are on the ladder of benefits, so read on to learn more about what to expect. Medical Care This is one area that remains constant throughout your recovery period and can continue even if your injury is permanent. [Read More]