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Tax Burden Bargaining: Understanding The Law

When you find yourself facing a significant tax burden, it can be tough to know where to start to pay it down. Unfortunately, the government may not wait for you to sort it out. If you find yourself served with a legal notice for repayment, you need to talk with an attorney right away. A tax law attorney can help you evaluate the situation and potentially file for a reconsideration. If nothing else, he or she will talk with you about your legal options for repayment and what the government can and cannot do. This site will help you see what my experience has been so you can understand some of the options you may want to consider.

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How to Get a Liquor License & Avoid Objections from the Community

18 April 2017
 Categories: Law, Articles

Liquor sales is the bread and butter for many restaurants and establishments, as liquor typically has a profit margin between 80% and 85% and draft beer usually has a profit margin around 80%. Before you can sell liquor at your restaurant or establishment, you must first obtain an on-license. When applying for an on-license, community members have a right to weigh in and object your application. All objections will be taken into account by the city and will heavily influence how successful you will be in getting that license. Read More …

Finding The Best Witnesses For Your Collision

18 April 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

If you're involved in a collision at a busy intersection where plenty of people heard the squeal of your brakes as you tried to stop and looked around in time to see the wreck itself, you may feel like you have plenty of witnesses handy. However, you can't just run around getting the names and contact info of anyone nearby as soon as you've made sure nobody is hurt and exchanged contact and insurance info with the other driver; you'll probably only have time to get a few contact details, so try to choose the most reliable witnesses. Read More …

Fly Ball! What To Do If You’ve Been Injured At A Baseball Game

18 April 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

Going to the ballpark to see a game is a great way to relax—until a fly ball comes crashing down on you. If that happens, you might end up with an injury. The ball might actually strike you, or maybe there will be a mad rush from the surrounding seats to catch the ball and someone will knock you down onto the concrete floor. Whatever the case, you should be prepared as to what to do in the event that something does happen and you are hurt. Read More …

Four Reasons You May Not Be Covered By Workers’ Compensation Insurance

18 April 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

In the USA, most employees can count on being covered by workers' compensation insurance (or at least they're required to be covered, so if their employer doesn't cover them they can sue). However, there are quite a few exceptions to this general rule. It's important to know if you're getting yourself into a situation where you fall under an exception, so here are the basics of four main reasons why your employer wouldn't be required to take out workers' comp insurance for you. Read More …

Summertime Accidents: 4 Steps To Take If You’re Injured In A Slip And Fall Accident

11 April 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

It's time to start planning your warm weather activities. If you're going to be spending time away from home – whether it's with friends or at amusement parks – it's time to prepare for those summertime accidents. If you're like most people, you don't want to think about potential accidents while you're planning your vacations. However, that's exactly what you should do, especially sincesummer is notorious for traumatic injuries, including those resulting from a slip and fall accident. Read More …