Suing For Employment Discrimination

Searching for a job is the type of process that can take a long time before one is found. When you finally get called for an interview, it can cause a lot of anxiety, especially if you desperately need the job. If you went to a job interview and feel as though you were turned down due to discrimination, it might be a reason for filing a lawsuit. You should consider suing the other party only if you are sure that you were discriminated against, as well as if the incident caused problems in your life. [Read More]

Keys To A Successful Fire Insurance Claim

If you find yourself in need of filing a fire insurance claim, you are probably in a precarious financial situation and can't afford to lose any more money. That is why it is crucial to take the right steps when filing your fire insurance claim to ensure that your claim goes through. Here are the steps that will most impact your outcome in a fire insurance claim.  Start the Claim Right Away [Read More]

Two Ways A Manufacturer May Be Held Responsible For Exploding Batteries

Billions of batteries power billions of devices every year without any problems most of the time. Unfortunately, a small percentage go bad for one reason or another, resulting in accidents that have lead to property destruction and physical injury. For instance, a woman recently suffered facial burns when her battery-powered headphones caught on fire mid-flight. When incidents like this happen, it's possible to hold the manufacturer responsible for the accident in two ways. [Read More]

3 Mistakes That Could Hurt Your ERISA Claim

An Employee Retirement Income Security Act plan, or ERISA, provides disability benefits when you are unable to work due to an impairment. When you apply for ERISA benefits, mistakes could result in your application being denied. At best, a mistake could result in your claim being delayed, which leaves you without income until you have corrected the issue. To prevent this, here are some claim mistakes to avoid.   Leaving Your Position Too Soon [Read More]