Workplace Accidents: Critical Legal Issues to Consider for Personal Injury Claims
16 February 2018
Workplace injuries are not uncommon, especially in industries such as construction, manufacturing and production. In general, if you sustain personal damage during your professional work, you will experience significant financial losses. You might not be able to work before recovering. So, you will lose your wages. Also, you will need to cover the cost of treatment and rehabilitation of the injury resulting from the unfortunate workplace incident.
If you would like to avoid these losses, you should file a compensation claim with your employer.
Family Law and What It Entails
15 January 2018
Family law encompasses a wide range of legal issues that affect family relations. Australian family law covers issued regarding de facto relationships, marriage, children, property settlement and other related matters. Here is a look at some of the issues covered under this law:
De Facto Relationships
A de facto relationship can be defined as a close relationship between two adults either of the same sex or different sexes who are legally not married, but living together giving one another domestic support and personal care.
6 Reasons Why You Must Hire a Personal Injury Attorney
16 November 2017
Have you been involved in an accident or a situation that left you with injuries? You might be overwhelmed with the questions and demands from the insurance company, law enforcement, and doctors. This is the very moment that you need someone to help you get justice. The following are six reasons why you should hire a personal injury attorney.
1. They will help you assess claims
One thing that you can be assured of is the fact that personal injury attorneys are good at what they do and have experience in this field.
How To Deal With Mistakes Found After The Death of a Will Maker
17 October 2017
Sometimes, despite the best efforts of all concerned, mistakes can be made in a legal process. These errors may only be found at a crucial juncture in the future, when one of the parties is no longer around to help rectify them. This is particularly problematic in the case of an estate, where the mistakes were discovered after the will maker had passed away. What happens in this situation, if an administrative mistake threatens to prevent the will from being executed?