You may have just started a new job or perhaps you have been at your current job for a while and now enjoy posting on your favorite social media platforms. You might have heard that this could potentially get you into trouble at work and wonder if your employer could fire you for posting on social media. If they have, what can you do about it?
While you do have some privacy rights when it comes to posting on social media, it is possible that your employer has been checking your accounts to see what you are posting and if it's negative about the company in general.
Have you been injured and need to pursue a personal injury case to get the compensation you need to recover? If so, the way you handle social media right now can help or hurt that case. To help you make the choices that will prevent any damage to your claim, here are a few things to avoid doing and saying.
Don't Talk About the Accident. The wisest course before (and even after) a personal injury case is to avoid saying anything about the incident or its aftermath.
While most people will never endure a construction site accident, the sad truth is that all too many people will. Many people who are simply trying to make a living to support their families will become injured at work, often because of the negligence or recklessness of another party.
If you have experienced a construction accident, you are not alone. You may experience an injury that is not your fault at all, and yet you are the one who is facing medical bills and lost income.
When it comes to divorces, there are no winners or losers. Working with a divorce lawyer who's will to work through problems and troubleshoot potential sticking points can minimize the cost and collateral damage.
Here's how a divorce lawyer finds collaborative solutions to common divorce issues.
Avoid the Courtroom
Divorce lawyers who take a collaborative approach attempt to avoid courtrooms. This approach is sure to save you time and help you remain civil throughout the process.
While driving along the highway, you may have been involved in a collision with a semi-truck. Since the accident involves a vehicle much larger than yours, you may have a lot of questions about how to proceed with seeking compensation since multiple parties including the truck driver's company will be involved. If so, below are some answers to a couple of questions that you may have after being involved in an accident with a semi.