As a business owner, keeping informed about the finer points of employment law is important. If you're getting ready to hire your first employees, you need to be sure that you understand exactly what you can and cannot do. Don't risk getting yourself into legal trouble by asking the wrong question at the interview or making an off-hand comment that's considered legally unacceptable. I created this site to give you the basics of employment law expectations. I hope that the information here helps you to understand what you should and shouldn't do as you're interviewing and hiring your first staff members.
11 December 2014
Slipping and falling in a grocery store can not only cause a serious injury, but it can be an embarrassing experience. If the injury was caused due to the owner neglecting to clean up a spill or fix damaged flooring materials, you may be able to sue with the help of a lawyer. Below, you will find out how a personal injury lawyer can help you sue the grocery store owner for your injury and the cost to hire one.
24 November 2014
If you get injured and have to go to a lawyer for help, you and your lawyer, such as Teresa P Williams PA, will have a few choices. One of those choices is to go to court. Another is to negotiate a settlement. Most lawyers are going to try to get a settlement. Why Try to Get a Settlement? There are a lot of reasons to try to get a settlement instead of going to court.
20 November 2014
Finding in yourself in a situation where you have to pursue legal help after an auto accident can be an extremely stressful part of anyone's life. Because these types of accidents are thankfully infrequent, most injured parties will have very little to no experience in navigating this difficult and intimidating situation. Below, you'll find a guide to some questions you should ask your attorney to make sure you get the best possible result for you and your family.
17 November 2014
Keeping up with your ex-spouse on social medial is probably something you automatically do if your kids spend time at their home. You might even follow their new spouse's page as well. Even if you have a decent relationship with them, it can be a little infuriating if the new spouse posts pictures of your child and makes comments indicating that the child is theirs. This guide explains what you can do if you want to stop the new spouse from posting photos of your child on social media.