What a personal injury attorney can do for you

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“Today we are talking about common misconceptions about personal injury lawyers and situations that you may want to hire them. David Greene from Greene and Phillips joined Studio10 and had some great information to share. Here's what you need to know,” Read the full article here. If you are in need of a personal injury attorney in the Twin Cities area, contact Krug & Zupke. Visit our website for more information or call us at 651-645-7746.

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Tips for choosing the right personal injury lawyer

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“Being involved in an accident is a life-changing experience. What you do after the incident will determine how your life will be for the years to come. One of the most important things you need to do after an auto accident is to hire a lawyer. Here are the steps you need to take to get the right lawyer,” Read the full article here. If you are in need of a personal injury attorney in the Twin Cities area, contact Krug & Zupke. Visit our website for more information or call us at 651-645-7746.

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New law proposal would shorten requirements for divorce

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“Louisiana lawmakers are considering whether to shorten the wait to six months for a no-fault divorce when the married couple has children under 18. Under existing law, such couples must live separate and apart for one year before they can get a divorce, unless there are certain special circumstances like domestic abuse. The longer waiting period doesn’t apply when couples have minor children from previous relationships,” Read the full article here. If you are in need of a family law attorney in the Twin Cities area, contact Krug & Zupke. Visit our website for more information or call us at…

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Justices to rule over family law and military benefits dispute

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“Next week the justices will hear oral argument in Howell v. Howell, a dispute between a divorced couple over the wife’s share of the husband’s military retirement pay. The former spouses, John and Sandra Howell, divorced in 1991. As part of the divorce, John – who served in the U.S. Air Force for 20 years – and Sandra agreed that she would receive half of John’s military retirement pay, which began the following year. In 2005, John opted to waive part of his retirement pay in favor of disability benefits – a common choice when it is available because, unlike…

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Having the right personal injury attorney makes all the difference

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“Seattle attorney Chris Davis at Davis Law Group meets with accident victims who are dealing with these same questions every day. And while some studies have shown that injured people who hire a lawyer typically receive higher settlements on average than those who don’t, that doesn’t mean you should march into the nearest law office and sign up with whoever offers you representation first. Davis says that a better question to ask is: “How do I know if a personal injury attorney will really provide me any value?” Read the full article here. If you are in need of a…

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Workers’ Comp in the NFL

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Even NFL players need workers compensation attorneys, “Hartmann never played again and sued the Harris County Convention & Sport Corp. for negligence for using a turf system that created an uneven playing surface, settling the case last year for a confidential sum. But Hartmann couldn't sue the Texans for the career-ending injury; as an employee of the team, he was covered by workers' compensation, the insurance program that pays injured workers for lost wages and medical care, while giving employers immunity from lawsuits.” Read the full article here. If you are in need of a workers compensation attorney in the…

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Texas law-maker wants to end no-fault divorces

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“The Center for Disease Control says three out of every seven marriages in Texas end in divorce. A Fort Worth representative says it’s too easy for people to get divorced and wants to change state law to make it harder. Currently, fault-based divorces in Texas must fall into one of six categories: adultery, cruelty, abandonment and a felony conviction, living apart for at least three years or confinement to a mental hospital.” Read the full article here. If you are in need of a divorce attorney in the Twin Cities area, contact Krug & Zupke. Visit our website for more…

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Companies can’t make own rules for injured workers in Oklahoma

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“Whether you have been involved in a road traffic accident, an incident at work or something else entirely, safety is always a major concern and those who have been injured or hurt through no fault of their own should be able to gain compensation for this. But, the route to getting compensation can often have more obstacles that you may realize, which is why in many cases it’s important to have a good personal injury lawyer by your side. In order to ensure that you hire the right lawyer to handle your personal injury claim, it’s important to ask a…

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Prominent lawyer who established workers’ comp laws passes away

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“Though he often defended employers, Mr. Kane was also a pioneer for workers. He won the first asbestosis case in Illinois, according to his alma mater, the law school at the University of Chicago, where he and his wife, Esther, donated $3 million in 1996 to build a 10,000-square-foot wing.” Read more here. If you are in need of a worker’s compensation attorney in the Twin Cities area, contact Krug & Zupke. Visit our website for more information or call us at 651-645-7746.

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Worker’s compensation state law suffers setback

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“A national campaign to rewrite state laws and allow businesses to decide how to care for their injured workers suffered a significant setback Tuesday when the Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled that Oklahoma’s version of the law is unconstitutional.” Read the full article here. If you are in need of a worker’s compensation attorney in the Twin Cities area, contact Krug & Zupke. Visit our website for more information or call us at 651-645-7746.

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