Understanding Trademark Law Protections
Having a last will and testament in place is a great start to a comprehensive estate plan. Those who want to gain several advantages, however, might want to talk to their estate lawyer about a trust. Trusts and the person who administers the trust, the trustee, allow the deceased to gain more power over their assets than a will might provide. Read on to find out more about one type of trust, the revocable trust.
You followed the rules perfectly, but now your workers' compensation claim has been denied. You might be able to get your claim back on track if you take certain actions. If that doesn't work, you still have alternatives to just giving up. Read on to find out more.
Common Denial Issues and How to Act
1. The injury did not happen at work. If the workers' comp insurer can claim that your injury is not connected to your job, you may get denied.
Many people find themselves unable to earn a living due to physical or mental disabilities that prevent one from holding full-time employment. If you have a disability that prevents you from working, you may qualify for Social Security disability benefits, which will provide you with money to help you pay bills and keep food on the table. However, being approved for Social Security disability benefits is not a fast and easy process, which is why it is in your best interest to hire a disability lawyer to assist you.
The answer is somewhat complicated.
To start with, accidents involving semi-trucks are generally more complicated than your average car accident. The smaller vehicle often suffers more damage than it otherwise would, and injuries are often more serious. Mortality is often more likely, as well.
This is simply about the size. Semi-truck engines are six times heavier than car engines, and with a loaded trailer (without any oversize licensing or multiple trailers involved) can weigh up to 80,000 pounds.
If you need to use bankruptcy to get yourself out of debt, you may be wondering which form of bankruptcy you should use. Many individuals end up picking between Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 to deal with their financial woes and asking themselves the following questions to help them decide.
Are You Currently Employed And Making Decent Money?
One of the main differences between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy is that Chapter 13 requires a repayment plan in order to solve your financial problems.
Welcome, I'm Darby Church. I'd like to share my journey from retail manager to business owner using this website. My attempts to start a business of my own were complicated by the actions of an unethical party. In short, I shared too much information about my products and they were stolen before I could get the business off the ground. Luckily, I had already filed a trademark for those items, which meant they were protected by the law. I still had to hire a lawyer to help me win the case. I took the complaint to court to end the run of products from my unlawful competitor, so I could start running my business. The process enlightened me about the ins and outs of trademark law. I hope my experience can help you avoid the same pitfalls or fight for your products with help from a lawyer. Thanks for visiting.