Many times when a couple divorces, they opt to get a no-fault divorce. This is generally the easier option and allows the couple to divorce without having to prove that there was a reason for it. However, in some cases, it may be better to actually get a fault divorce. In these cases, the victimized party may be able to get different benefits from the settlement or get the divorce granted quicker.
Most people in the United States think that what they say and do on their own time is their business, not their employer's. However, as a professor at a university in Florida recently discovered, your freedom of speech doesn't necessarily protect your job. If what you say or do adversely affects your employer's interests, you can get fired for it. Here's what you should know about the ability given to your employer to terminate your employment based on your private indiscretions.
Medical evidence is one of the things you will need to mount a strong personal injury claim. This means you need to take your treatments seriously; the medical consultations and treatment sessions generate the medical evidence you need for your case. Here are three tips to ensure your treatments result in a strong evidence for your case:
Consult a Medical Doctor
Physicians aren't equal in the eyes of insurers. The insurance industry has a strong leaning towards western medicine.
If you've decided that it's time for a divorce, there is some financial information you'll need to gather before filing the paperwork. Having your financial documents in order will provide your attorney with the information they'll need during the settlement talks. Here are five pieces of financial information you should have before you file for divorce.
Tax Returns for the Past Five Years
Before you file for divorce, you should have copies of your tax returns for the past five years.
There is nothing that can take back the trauma you have experienced from losing your unborn child as a result of an accident. However, if the accident is found to have been directly responsible for you having experienced a miscarriage, you may still be able to seek damages.
What You Can Sue For
The damages you can sue for after losing a child as a result of the accident include: