Workers' Compensation And Repetitive Stress Injuries

Posted on: 16 November 2015
Not all on-the-job injuries happen suddenly. Repetitive stress (or strain) injuries can occur after repeated stress to certain body parts over an extended period of time. Assembly line work, typing on a keyboard or any job that requires repeated motions can cause your affected joints, tendons, muscles and ligaments to become painful and inflamed. Since most jobs call for these motions to be accomplished on a regular basis, the tiny tears that form have no opportunity to properly heal.
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Four Financially Sound Divorce Tips

Posted on: 28 October 2015
Divorce is an unfortunate fact of life today, as 50 percent of marriages nationwide end with couples legally splitting up. If your marriage seems as though it is about to end with a divorce, you need to work on personal healing and parenting strategies but should also find some ways to protect your money and business interests during the split. With this in mind, consider these four points as you go through with the divorce process.
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3 Benefits Of Jury Trials

Posted on: 13 October 2015
If you are facing criminal charges and have the option to have a judge hear and settle the case or a jury, your criminal defense lawyer might recommend choosing a jury trial. There are several key benefits offered through jury trials, which is why you may want to choose a jury trial over one settled by a judge alone. Jurors work on emotions If your case is presented in front of a judge, he or she will base the decision on the law alone.
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Debunking Myths Involving Whether Or Not Motorcycle Helmets Are Safe

Posted on: 28 September 2015
According to the U.S Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), motorcycle drivers are at a huge disadvantage on the road because they are 35 times more likely to endure a fatal accident on the road than someone who is driving a vehicle. Statistics also show that head injuries are the most common cause of motorcycle crash fatalities as motorcyclists without a helmet are 40 percent more likely to pass away from a head injury and 15 percent more likely to suffer from a head injury that is not fatal.
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