Getting A DUI While Under The Drinking Limit
19 April 2017
So, you are the type of person to take a few drinks and then get behind the wheel, thinking it will be fine. After all, the normal legal limit is 0.08 percent, right? A drink here or there, spread out over time causes no harm, you believe. During a traffic stop, you will be cool and calm, passing a breathalyzer test with flying colors.
These sorts of assumptions can get you into serious trouble.
Injured On-The-Job? 4 Steps To Protect Your Rights To Worker's Compensation
19 April 2017
If you've been injured on the job, you can't afford to make mistakes, especially since even a small one can spell disaster for your worker's compensation claim. From the moment you're injured, your rights to worker's compensation benefits depend on the decisions you make and the steps you take. Here are four important tips that will help protect your rights following an on-the-job accident.
File an Official Report
If you've been injured at work, you need to file an official accident report as soon as possible – even if you've already informed someone verbally.
3 Definite Reasons Why You Should Hire An Attorney When Filing Divorce
20 December 2016
Marriage is a joyous partnership for many couples. Although no couple begins their life together believing in the possibility of separation, divorce is a reality for about 40 to 50 percent of couples in the United States. For some people, the process of dissolving the marriage is simple, but professional help is still necessary in some instances. If you are considering a divorce, use this guide to know when to consult an attorney.
3 Potential Tax Breaks For Your Small Business
8 September 2016
You don't have to own a large corporation to take advantage of government-approved tax deductions each year. Small businesses can deduct a wide range of expenses, from driving costs to office supplies. Read on to learn about potential tax deductions for your company.
If you have a small office, it might be difficult to find enough space to schedule on-site meetings with clients. As a result, you or your employees may rack up mileage in a company vehicle while traveling to different meeting sites around the area.