When you finally decide that you cannot remain married to someone who has an uncontrolled personality disorder, you need to find a divorce lawyer who understands your situation. Both you and your divorce lawyer can expect some of the following behaviors from your ex when your ex has been diagnosed with a personality disorder and is not taking care of him- or herself. The right lawyer can help you weather this storm with some legal actions that can be very effective when dealing with these disorders during a divorce. [Read More]
Can Vocational Rehabilitation Place Your Workers' Comp At Risk?
One often overlooked benefit of workers' compensation is vocational rehabilitation. If you are unable to return to your previous position, your employer's insurance company is charged with providing you with a counselor and rehabilitation so that you can get the training needed to become employed again. Unfortunately, issues with vocational rehabilitation could lead to a loss of benefits altogether. To avoid this, here is what you need to know. What Does Vocational Rehabilitation Cover? [Read More]
Factors That Affect Bicycle Personal Injury Claims In Montana
If you were riding a bike in the state of Montana, and were involved in an accident with a motorist, you may be able to pursue a personal injury claim against the motorist involved. Here are a few things you need to know before going forward with a personal injury lawsuit that was the result of a bicycling accident. You May Pursue Compensation Through The Motorist's Insurance If you were hit by a motorist while riding your bicycle, you may pursue compensation through the motorist's insurance company. [Read More]
Don't Let Restricted Access Limit Your Involvement In Your Child's Life
Family courts sometimes feel the need to restrict a divorced parent's access to their children. This may happen, for example, if you have issues, such as drug addiction or anger management, which endanger the child's wellbeing. However, this doesn't mean you should shirk your parental responsibilities. Here are four ways you can still be in your child's life: Maximize the Use of the Limited Time As long as the court hasn't terminated your parental rights, you will have some (limited) access to the children. [Read More]