You often hear the term “pain and suffering” when it comes to personal injury damages. But, do you know what it actually means?
Disputes involving construction projects can be complex. These disputes often arise between a property owner and a contractor, but can also involve subcontractors, property managers, construction managers and even licensed professionals like architects and engineers.
If you are a nursing mother in New Jersey, you are considered a protected individual under the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination. In 2018, the New Jersey Legislature signed amendments to the existing law that makes it illegal for an employer of any size to discriminate against an employee for breastfeeding during work hours.
Who is liable in a slip and fall?
As an employee, it's important to know everything you can about your rights in the workplace. There are many myths and misconceptions. Never assume that what other workers or your boss tell you about your rights is true. This is something you must look into for yourself, especially if you think your employer may be violating your rights.
An increasing number of Americans over 65 years old are filing for bankruptcy. From 1991 to 2016, the number of Americans in that age group who filed for bankruptcy increased almost 500 percent.
While it is common for businesses engage in competition, it is important that their actions remain lawful. However, some businesses can become too competitive and begin engaging in unlawful business practices. These actions fall under the business tort known as “unfair competition.”
The decision to file for bankruptcy is an immensely important and personal one. It mustn’t be taken lightly, and shouldn’t be the “first resort” when it comes to debt relief. That being said, however, there are some situations where a bankruptcy filing offers the best chance for a fresh financial start.