If you're injured in an accident during your commute to or from work, normally workers' compensation won't cover those injuries. Your daily commute isn't usually considered part of the job.
Our previous blog post discussed some of the signs that you might be heading toward a divorce. While this might seem like a scary time, there is one way that you can help to reduce the stress that you are feeling. You can learn about the divorce process and how various factors will affect your divorce.
There is a big misconception about some couples and divorce. In the absence of incidents of domestic violence or any forms of abuse, couples who still engage in fights with one another may be in no danger of winding up in divorce court.
Many children face adoption each year. They end up in the foster care system, and while many return to their original families, others never will. These children need a new, loving family like your own. You're a single person who wants to raise a child, and that's not something that should deter you. There are many good reasons to move forward with adoption.
Being injured on the job is stressful, emotional, overwhelming and downright difficult to handle. If you've never been hurt on the job in the past, a first-time injury can be very scary, even if it is not severe. Any time you spend out of work because of an injury or illness caused by the job is frightening. You start to doubt whether you will return to work in the future. If you have suffered an injury on the job, here is how to start a workers' compensation claim.