How To Encourage Your Employees To Check Identification

If you run a busy store that requires you to process many customers a day, ring up a ton of items, and then give the customer the correct change, chances are good that you have overwhelmed employees. This can make it difficult to ensure that they are motivated to check identification for certain items. The problem with this is that you and your store could go under if your employees are caught not checking ID's. [Read More]

Divorce Proceedings And Honesty Should Go Hand In Hand

For some people, divorce is anything, but a friendly scenario. Some people make divorce more of a battle and attempt to do everything in their power to ensure the other side doesn't win. While your primary goal should be to protect yourself, this isn't the time to be dishonest. Failing to be honest about your earnings, abuse form your ex or anything else will never work out in your favor. [Read More]

What Did You Miss? Uncovering Evidence Of A Wrongful Death

When you are visiting a loved one in a nursing home, something might seem wrong, but you just can't put your finger on it. Your loved one is acting strange and seems distressed about his or her time at the nursing home. Then, your loved one passes away unexpectedly. If you believe that your loved one was neglected and that this might have contributed to his or her passing away, you are entitled to pursue a wrongful death lawsuit. [Read More]

Settling Your Personal Injury Claim

If you have been injured as a result of another person's negligence, you may be considering filing a personal injury lawsuit. A personal injury attorney can lift the burden of dealing with the at-fault party's insurance company, which allows you more time to heal from your injuries. In the initial meeting with your attorney, you may hear mention of the word "settlement." A good, fair settlement offer is very desirable, since settling means avoiding court and the accompanying extra time and money spent to litigate your case. [Read More]