Why You Shouldn't Drink And Drive If Your Situation Meets These Three Conditions

Posted on: 25 November 2015

Have you ever driven after taking what you believed to be "a little" alcohol? Many people have done that and gotten away with it, but this doesn't mean it is okay. Driving under the influence of alcohol is never a good idea. However, it is even worse if your situation meets any of these conditions: You Have a Child Passenger The authorities can charge you with child endangerment if you are caught driving under the influence with a child passenger.
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Taking A Closer Look At The Hidden Dangers Of Sharing Highways With Big Trucks

Posted on: 8 November 2015

You may hop in your car every day and drive right along side a fleet of semi trucks on your way to work, barely giving any thought to the idea that these vehicles could easily wipe your own out with one wrong movement. However, as a driver, it is always wise to be alert to the dangers on the roadway, no matter what shape or form they may come in – especially when it comes to big trucks.
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Keep Your Home And Manage Your Debt With Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Posted on: 21 October 2015

If you have a steady paycheck but are facing foreclosure and/or are far behind on other debt payments, you should consider filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy protection. Unlike chapter 7 bankruptcy, in which all of your debts are discharged (forgiven) but you must surrender your assets, including your home, you can keep your home and assets under a chapter 13 plan, but you must repay a portion of your debts. 
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Can You Get Workers' Comp Benefits If You Telecommute?

Posted on: 7 October 2015

Telecommuting has become increasingly popular, with at least one study indicating that 3.2 million Americans worked as telecommuters in early 2014. If you're one of them, do you still qualify for workers' compensation benefits if you're injured while working from home? The answer may depend on a number of factors. 1.) Are you and your employer in agreement about your workplace? One of the key questions that can determine an employer's liability for an on-the-job injury that occurred while telecommuting is whether or not you and your employer agree that your home is your workplace, even if only temporarily.
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