Why You Need to Control Stress-Related Issues in an Educational Establishment

20 June 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

The majority of claims made under workers' compensation programs across the country relate to physical injuries sustained at a place of employment. However, sometimes an injury can be psychological and this type of issue can often be long-term and very debilitating. In particular, those that work in places of education seem to be more vulnerable. If you are part of the management team for a school or university, what do you need to consider, in order to try and address this problem? Read More 

Proof of armed robbery by the prosecution

23 March 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

Armed robbery is classified as violent crime which has serious repercussions. If you are facing armed robbery charges, the best thing to do is to consult with an experienced criminal law attorney who can put up a defense against the charges and get you a lighter sentence or even a dismissal. This article looks at what armed robbery is and what proof does the prosecution need to present to the criminal court to prove beyond doubt that you committed the offense. Read More 

Getting Legal Support Following Threats on Social Media

14 March 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

Social media can often plays an important part in people's social lives as well as being an important part of their professional lives and ability to promote their work. Unfortunately, this openness and ability to interact can also expose some people to the darker elements in society and many public figures receive disturbing threats. Here are some steps to take if you are receiving threatening messages via social media.  Screen shot and record the messages Read More 

Why It May Be A Good Idea To Consider A Postnuptial Contract After Saying ‘I Do’

9 March 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

Love is a beautiful thing but it is also said that it is blind. When you are in love, it is hard to imagine that one day you will think about separating from your partner. But the hard truth is that things change and you will never know what will drive you to think about divorcing the love of your life. In fact, divorce is so common these days that one in every two marriages usually ends up in a divorce. Read More 

Why You Shouldn’t Conceal Asbestos Information When Selling A House

6 March 2017
 Categories: Law, Blog

Most people think that selling a house is just a simple case of advertising the house and finding the right suitor. The truth is that it involves more than that. For example, you also have to carry out an inspection and present the report to the buyer. And you must tell the buyer everything that you discover during the inspection, no matter how damaging it might be. Some sellers don't like revealing information about asbestos due to the fear that it might reduce the value of their houses. Read More