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by Melgie
6 years ago
Can My Lawyer Quit My Case?

things that can make your lawyer quit your case

Lifestyle
by Melgie
7 years ago
Los Angeles Employees' Protection against Workplace Discrimination

If you are living and earning a living in the State of California, particularly in Los Angeles, consider yourself a fortunate employee. This is because the “Golden State” has some of the wide-ranging civil rights laws of any state in the country. Working in California is never easy. According to...

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by Melgie
7 years ago
In a Los Angeles Car Accident, the Driver is Not Always at Fault

When talking about negligence in car accidents, it is always a given that the driver who carelessly injures another driver is expected to provide compensation for the damages that the latter suffered. However, it is always important for him or her to establish fault first before anything else. If you...

Lifestyle
by Melgie
7 years ago
What You Need to Provide When You Apply for Social Security Disability Online

If you plan of applying for disability benefits under the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) program, you may start your application online with the help of the Social Security Administration (SSA) website’s online tool. However, it is very important that you first gather important pieces of information so that you’ll...

Lifestyle
by Melgie
7 years ago
What Causes Discrimination in the Workplace

The government and the different workers' rights groups have been working very hard to minimize, if not eradicate, discrimination against people in the workplace. But despite these great efforts, the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) reports that there are still a great number of recorded reports about discrimination in the workplace.

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by Melgie
8 years ago
Why Train Accidents Happen in Los Angeles?

For hundreds of years, trains have played a very significant role in the economic development of the United States. However, despite their importance, trains have nevertheless caused numerous injuries and fatalities in the country. According to Federal Railroad Administration (FRA), in 2010, there were at least 23 train...

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