Considering Renting Your Home For A Big Event? What You Need To Know About Taxes

Large events, such as the Super Bowl, political national conventions, major car shows and other large events bring in money to the community and people -- lots and lots of people. If you've ever experienced the type of traffic or crowds these events bring in, you might be wondering how you can capitalize financially from it. If you have a guest room in your home, or a college student's room that's empty the majority of the year, you can rent it out. Read More 

Repetitive Strain Injuries: How To Make A Successful Claim

The number of repetitive strain injuries (RSI) at the workplace is on the increase, so it is important to know what causes them, whether you might be at risk and how to respond to such an injury. RSI injuries are covered under your workers' compensation insurance, so you may be able to get compensation if you discover the injury in time and get a lawyer from a place like the Law Office of Leslie S. Read More 

Independent Medical Examination: Five Painless Tips To Help You Succeed

If you were injured and need to make a personal injury claim, your insurance will most likely require you to undergo an independent medical exam (IME). Unlike your regular physician, this doctor will be only be looking at your injury and any effects it may have on your day-to-day life. Although this appointment may seem like a regular check-up, it is not; and so it is important that you be prepared for this examination. Read More 

Common Causes Of Hair Salon Injuries

You don't expect to be injured when you go to a hair salon, but accidents do happen. Just like for other businesses, you can lodge a personal injury claim if a salon's negligence causes you injuries. Injuries in salons tend to take different forms such as: Chemical Burns It's not surprising that chemical burns are some of the most common salon injuries. Fortunately, most of them are minor burns that people get over easily without much fuss. Read More 

Things To Know About Filing A Workers Comp Claim For PTSD

It can be difficult to convince an insurer that you deserve workers compensation for psychological trauma, but some employees are successful in these claims. You must learn whether your state allows benefits for post-traumatic stress disorder related to an incident at work and the qualifying requirements for your claim.  Requirements for Workers Comp for PTSD You may be experiencing debilitating emotions after a traumatizing episode at work. The insurer that covers workers comp for your employer needs verification that: Read More