The Occupational Safety and Health Administration's duty is to assure the safe working conditions for men and women. It sets and enforces standards, and uses training, education, outreach and more to make workplaces safe.
After a divorce agreement is considered final by the court, that is generally the end of negotiations. However, one or both spouses do have a right to appeal the judge's decision in a trial court to an appeals court. While this is rather unusual because appeals courts don't often overturn a judge's ruling in a divorce case, it is not unheard of.
As more and more people are divorcing in the latter decades of their lives, Social Security benefits for divorced spouses are becoming an increasing popular topic of discussion. Many people don't even realize that they may be entitled to these benefits.
Each state has its own guidelines that establish how much child support a noncustodial parent has to pay. The courts are required to consider a number of factors, too, such as how much each parent makes, whether there are special needs for the child, how much is needed to maintain the child's current standard of living, and more.
The sale of a home can fall through for a number of reasons, including financial difficulties, buyer's remorse and inspection problems. By being aware of these common pitfalls and working with an experienced attorney, you can help ensure that the transaction goes smoothly.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has recently come down hard on a feed mill located in Albion, Pennsylvania. Reportedly, Albion Mill had previously been inspected by OSHA resulting in several possible citations. OSHA went back to the mill this past February and discovered that no efforts to correct hazards relating to workplace safety had been made. Specifically, Albion Mill incurred citations for the following alleged violations: