Tax Burden Bargaining: Understanding The Law

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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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Can You Sack Somebody On Disability Leave?

11 June 2015
 Categories: Law, Articles

According to the Social Security Administration, the number of applications for disabled worker benefits in the United States exceeded 2.5 million in 2014. As well as the financial cost to the U.S. Government, these claims cost American employers billions of dollars in lost working hours. American law protects disabled workers who cannot work, but this legislation does not mean you cannot take action in certain circumstances. Find out why. Applicable legislation Read More …

Passengers In Truck Accidents Have Multiple Ways To Collect

19 May 2015
 Categories: Law, Articles

Colliding with a big rig is, perhaps, one of the scariest accidents a person can be involved in. If you are passenger in a vehicle, however, you may have an easier time collecting compensation for injuries and losses you sustain than if you were the driver, because you don't have to prove liability for the accident; you just have to know who to sue. Here are the various avenues for recompense available, and what you need to do to collect. Read More …

What Happens If You’re Injured after Your Flight Is Grounded Due to a Natural Disaster?

30 April 2015
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The recent tragedy in Nepal has left thousands of travelers stranded, awaiting a route home as airlines and other carriers have focused on the evacuation of those most closely affected by the earthquake. If you're injured after your flight has been re-routed due to a natural disaster, what are your options? What if your only "injury" is to your pocketbook--are you entitled to recover financial damages resulting from your unplanned layover?  Here is how some principles of personal injury law may apply if your flight has recently been re-routed, as well as the accommodations an airline is required to provide upon redirecting your flight. Read More …

Negligence Laws Lets You Sue For Damages In No-Contact Motorcycle Accidents

6 April 2015
 Categories: Law, Articles

Although you may drive your motorcycle in a responsible way, the same can't be said for other people on the road. If you take action to avoid hitting another vehicle and get into an accident, you can still sue for damages even if the other person doesn't hit you. Here's what you need to know about recovering compensation for damages in no-contact accidents. Suing for Negligent Behavior People have a legal duty to be careful of other drivers and operate their cars, trucks, and motorcycles in a safe manner when on the roadways. Read More …

Preventing Slip And Fall Accidents From Occurring At Your Business

19 March 2015
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Personal injury cases can be a big deal for you or your business. If a personal injury case is filed against you, there is an entire litany of problems to deal with: court costs, maintaining the integrity of your business, making doubly sure it doesn't happen again, etc. The best way to avoid a personal injury suit is just that: avoid it! Of the most common personal injury suits filed against businesses, many involve slip and fall accidents. Read More …