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July 2016 Archives

The dangers of texting and driving

Texting has made it easier to connect with friends and family. You can send a quick reminder, share a photograph or just check in - all with just the press of a button. However, there is a dangerous side to texting. Many people have gotten so used to texting at any time and under any conditions that they no longer think twice about texting and driving, but this kind of distracted driving behavior can be extremely risky.

Looking at the “at-will” employment presumption, and exceptions to the rule, P.1

Security is an important issue in many areas of life, and employment is no exception. Employees rely on their employment for their livelihood, and it is natural to feel that some degree of job security is deserved. The truth, however, is that employers have a lot of discretion in terms of letting employees go.

Looking at some steps an accident victim can take after a hit-and-run

A hit-and-run accident, whether the victim is a motorist, a pedestrian or a cyclist, can result in serious injury and damages. When the victim is unable to identify the individual responsible for the crash and obtain his or her contact and insurance information, there can be a feeling of helplessness and hopelessness, particularly if the victim is not adequately covered by his or her own insurance company.

Filling for an EEOC appeal: work with experienced legal advocate

In our last couple posts, we’ve been looking at workplace retaliation and the importance of working with an experienced attorney to address it when it arises. As we noted, the first step in the process, after exhausting the employer’s own grievance process, is to file a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

Workplace retaliation: what is it and why you should get an attorney involved, P.2

Previously, we began looking at the topic of workplace retaliation. As we noted, last time, those who believe they may have been subjected work workplace retaliation need to consult an experienced attorney to have their case evaluated, particularly when the retaliation has cost them their job or has put them in a worse employment position.

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