What To Do When The Defendant Is Judgment-Proof

Posted on: 5 March 2018

Before going through the trouble of filing a lawsuit, it's important to investigate the defendant to determine whether the person has enough money and assets to satisfy a court judgment if you win; otherwise you may end up with nothing but the paper saying you won the lawsuit. But what do you do when your research indicates the defendant is judgment-proof? Here are your options for dealing with this problem.
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The Ups And Downs: Ways Insurance Companies May Try To Challenge Your Workers Compensation Claim

Posted on: 31 January 2018

Are you an injured worker who is trying to get workers compensation? If so, you may be unaware that there are things that you can do to ruin your case. Some individuals do not realize the various tactics that insurance companies use to try to disprove that individuals are injured. This is why you need to be aware of your rights and know what to do to ensure that there are no misconceptions about the validity of your claim.
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Giving An Accurate And Confident Workers' Comp Deposition

Posted on: 28 December 2017

If you've been hurt at work and are dealing with a permanent injury, you may be asked to participate in a deposition. While you are probably already stressed out about the whole experience, you should understand that undergoing a deposition (being deposed) is a routine event, and nothing to get alarmed about. Knowing what lies ahead can help you deal with matters, so read on for a quick and easy primer on how to handle being questioned at your workers' comp deposition.
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The Different Custody Types And How You'll Share The Kids

Posted on: 27 January 2017

When two people decide to get a divorce and children are involved, a parenting plan will have to be established. If both parents are local and both have a strong relationship with the kids, joint physical and joint legal custody is probably in the best interest of the children. While developing a visitation plan can be difficult, always putting the needs of the children first will make it easier. The children will adapt to most situations, as long as both parents work to provide routine and structure for the children.
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