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November 2016 Archives

Statute of Limitations

Statutes of limitations (SOL) are laws passed by legislatures to set the maximum time after an event within which legal proceedings may be initiated. In other words, a statute of limitations is the period of time after something happens (car accident, work accident) giving rise to legal liability, for the injured party to hold the responsible party liable, either through settlement or the filing of a lawsuit. Once the period of time specified by the SOL has passed, the injured party is forever barred from filing a lawsuit for that specific cause of action.

Two wheels means twice the safety

For the die-hard, avid motorcyclists, this may be the last week of the year to take your bike out for one last spin. Riding in mid-November is a rare, if ever, sight. Drivers may not be expecting you to be out on the roads this late in the year either. This is why extra safety precautions should be considered.

Know Your Rights

A new site is being launched to help you learn your rights as an employee. This site seems like a great tool to help you get more knowledge as an injured worker.

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