What To Do When Your Workers' Compensation Claim Is Denied
9 May 2017
In the event of a work-related injury, your employer would process your workers' compensation claim without any hesitation. However, an opposite reality is common for many people. Even with a denial, this does not have to mean that your claim is dead. While it may be somewhat of a bump in the road, there is a path forward.
Find Out The Reason
If you receive an initial denial, your first task should be to find out the exact reason for the denial.
How Your Insurance Company Will Handle The Situation When You Total Your Car
5 May 2017
If you have a loan on your car, you will be legally required to have full-coverage insurance on it. This type of coverage is great if you cause an accident that results in your car being totaled. The only trouble with this situation is that you might be left owing money on your car after the deal is said and done. Here are several things to understand about how insurance works when car owners total their own vehicles.
3 Tips To Prevent Injuries To Your Tugboat Crew
2 May 2017
If you are in charge of a tugboat crew, you might be concerned about the people who work on the vessel being injured. As you might already know, working on a tugboat can be dangerous. However, this does not mean that there is nothing that you can do to help prevent injuries. These are some of the most important steps that you can take to help keep everyone as safe as possible when they are working on the tugboat.
3 Things To Be Careful About Before Filing For Bankruptcy
28 April 2017
If you are planning on filing for bankruptcy soon, you need to be careful about the financial choices that you make leading up to official filing for bankruptcy. Here are three things that you need to watch out for before filing for bankruptcy.
#1 Getting Rid Of Assets
The first thing that you need to be careful about is getting rid of assets. Although you may think that it is a good idea to get rid of your assets to pay off your debts, the bankruptcy courts may look down on your actions, especially if you sell the assets to your family members or if you sell the asset for less than it is worth.