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Mesothelioma is a rare form of cancer that develops in the inner linings of the lungs and chest cavity and is almost always caused by exposure to asbestos. Treatment varies, and can end with the victim suffocating. Survival is rare and there is no real effective cure. Roughly 3,000 cases of Mesothelioma are reported every year in the United States and most can be linked back to occupational exposure.
New York is often thought of as the birthp (read more > >
When it comes to the end of a tenancy, on occasion we have issues with landlords especially when it comes to the security deposit. Your landlord must comply with state law when handing back this security deposit. The law states that this deposit can only be deducted for certain expenses.
When planning to leave your tenancy, it is wise to plan ahead. You must give notice which is usually around 30 days in most states. Failure to give such noti (read more > >
An undocumented or illegal immigrant can be defined as anyone who has broken US law by coming and staying in the US, thereby illegally declaring the US as their new permanent residence, as well as owing no allegiance to the United States. If you are an illegal or undocumented immigrant, getting a Deportation or ‘Removal’ letter can be a scary and very intimidating experience. However, things are not as bleak and hopeless as they may seem. Don’t g (read more > >
A commercial vehicle can be defined as any vehicle that has been titled or registered to a company and is used to transport goods or passengers. Examples of commercial vehicles can range anywhere from taxicabs, vans, semi-trucks and even buses. A large truck can be defined as having a gross vehicle weight or GVWR of more than 10,000 pounds.
It’s important to know that there is a difference between this type of case and a (read more > >
What is Workers Compensation?
Workers compensation is a type of insurance that provides wage replacement and medical benefits to employees injured on the job or during the course of employment. Be aware that receiving workers compensation will essentially give up your right to sue your employer. General damages for pain and suffering, as well as any punitive damages are not available while receiving workers compensation.
Why would (read more > >