When you are injured on the job, it is important to understand your rights and the legal process that may be necessary in order to get the compensation you deserve. In many cases, hiring a worker's compensation lawyer can help employees receive adequate benefits for their injuries. The following scenarios provide insight into when it is appropriate to hire a worker's compensation lawyer: 1. When Your Employer Is Refusing to Honor Your Claim
My husband has worked in the construction industry for nearly twenty years. Three years ago, he decided to open his own business performing renovation work. Having so much experience helped him land clients and showed him that he has to protect himself from the clients that aren't so easy to please. We started working with an attorney in the beginning to have all of the contracts drawn up and have called when things go badly with clients. This blog will show you what you need to do to protect yourself from legal liabilities when you work as a contractor in today's world.