When tempers flare, and an argument gets heated, things can escalate quickly, and it doesn't take as much as you may expect to land in the back of a police car, facing a charge for assault and battery. If you ever find yourself in this unfortunate predicament, you should know that your situation is a fickle one. An assault and battery charge is a serious offense and can have much harsher penalties than other crimes because assault and battery are considered a crime that is violent in nature.
The thought of dying is not the most pleasant thought in the world, yet death is inevitable. Because this is not something a lot of people like to think about, many people avoid estate planning. The problem with this is that proper planning of your estate is vital if you want to ensure that your assets are transferred to your children or loved ones, and here are three reasons you should take the time right now to plan this out.
An accident is a responsibility you didn't plan on getting. Even when you're hit and injured by a negligent driver, you take on a high level of responsibility, especially when it comes to your health and care. When it comes to an accident if you fail to keep your health a priority there are serious consequences. Learn just some of the things you need to do. Get Treatment Quickly When you are involved in an accident, it is imperative that you get treatment for your injuries as soon as possible.
As a business owner, if you have not already hung up labor law posters in your employees' break room or elsewhere within your place of business, now is the time to do so. These are a few reasons why. 1. Comply with the Law First of all, you should know that you are required to hang up certain posters -- such as those that list labor laws and those that teach about minimum wage -- within your business by law.
Businesses exist to make money. Ironically, so do non-profit endeavors. Cash flow and assets must exceed liabilities in order to remain solvent. Very little is capable of draining funds more than legal bills related to lawsuits. This is why businesses and other enterprises run background checks in accordance with hiring processes. The law does reveal making an improper decision when hiring a dangerous employee could open doors to liabilities, and a recent court decision makes it harder to escape those liabilities.
I am a real estate attorney, and I have been helping clients buy and sell property for many years. Some clients do not realize their legal obligations and options when it comes to purchasing or selling a house or land. I hope that this blog will be a way for people to get information about legal issues in real estate and what they need to know when doing business. Buying and selling property can be complicated, and all parties involved have legal obligations. Know what is expected of you, and you will be able to get the best out of your real estate transactions.