Workers Comp & An Unfair Termination Threat

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The risk of getting injured comes with working, especially in certain industries. An effort to protect injured workers from not being able to make money as they are healing, there are usually workers compensation laws in place. Basically, workers compensation is a type of insurance coverage that business owners in certain industries and states are required to have in place. If you need workers compensation benefits but are too afraid to apply for them because of a threat from your employer, simply place your case in the hands of a lawyer.…

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How A Small Business Lawyer Can Help You Choose The Best Form Of Business To Start

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When registering a business, you need to decide what form of business you want to operate.  For example, is your business a partnership, a sole proprietorship, or a limited liability company? The form you choose during registration has far-reaching legal ramifications for your business. For example, it may determine whether your business’s creditors can hold you personally liable for their debts or not. This is why it’s a good idea to consult a small business attorney before starting a business.…

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Llcs And Your Business Name: What You Should Know

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If you want to open your own business and you are serious about your business growth, you will benefit greatly by adding an LLC to your business name. An LLC helps add credibility to your business, but it also provides you with layers of protection from liability. The following are some things you need to know about LLCs and your official business name: What is an LLC? An LLC is a limited liability corporation.…

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