Giving Information to the Insurer – Receipt of Disclaimer and Retention of Lawyer

Posted on October 1st, 2015

Giving Information to the Insurer - Receipt of Disclaimer and Retention of LawyerResponding To Insurer Declination of Coverage: Providing Some Additional InformationIf you're an employer with appropriate insurance, but the insurer declines you coverage, don’t be disappointed. The disclaimer shouldn't be the end to the coverage dialogue. There's more your lawyer and you can do to make that insurer reconsider the decision.1. Provide Additional InformationIf you are an insured employer, then you discover your insurer declined coverage to a tendered… Read More>>

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Posted on September 22nd, 2015

Evaluating Employers Financial Resources and Their Philosophy on LitigationEvaluating the defending company in employment litigationThe employer’s financial resourcesThere will be no money to satisfy any judgements if the defending company is not financially viable. This means that any actionable merit in the defendant’s case will be moot once the company’s financial circumstances have been laid bare. These employers often file bankruptcy to make the case’s worth negligible, but a determination of the defending company’s financial straits is not the end… Read More>>

A Bankruptcy Lawyer in Guam Explains How a Transfer May Be Fraudulent

Posted on September 4th, 2015

There are certain circumstances in which the transfer of assets in a bankruptcy case can constitute fraud. Your bankruptcy lawyer in Guam can provide you with guidance and information that can help you avoid these pitfalls.ConcealmentProperty that is transferred between a period of from 90 days to two years prior to filing bankruptcy for the purpose of hiding it or holding up the procedures may be seen as fraudulent. Your bankruptcy lawyer in Guam will caution you that the trustee… Read More>>

Sides “A” And “B” Of Common Directors & Officers (D&O) Insurance

Posted on September 1st, 2015

Directors and employers in corporate situations have certain fallback insurances that cover them in the case of either perceived, or unintended losses. This is known as Directors & Officers (D&O) insurance. Losses can be levied as “wrongful acts” by a judicial body in any arena where an employee is involved. D&O insurance applies to intentional and unintentional acts by a corporate body, unless a local jurisdiction has laws against them. Some jurisdictions do not allow expense recovery through D&O claims… Read More>>

Attending Employee Investigation Meeting

Posted on September 1st, 2015

Should you fight back if you are the former employee?There is no obligation that you need to participate in the investigation. If you are asked to participate, then you can go, but otherwise, it's best not to attend. Some of the reasons that you should not attend are:The investigation conducted by the employer isn't really to determine if any of the claims are valid. It's not a case that is to help you. The only reason the investigation is conducted… Read More>>

Employer Cases

Posted on July 20th, 2015

If you are in a court case with your former employer, be well advised that there is going to be a lot of evidence going back and forth, and in order to win your case, you are going to have to prove that they not only did you wrong, but you are going to have to beat all of the evidence that they manage to bring to the surface. The employers attorney is without a doubt going to collect every… Read More>>

Get Acquainted with Employment Practice Claims and Your Insurance Coverage

Posted on July 2nd, 2015

Negative Aspects of Directors and Officers (D&O) Policies It’s important to note that workplace claims are not properly covered under D&O insurance policies. The policy coverage with the employer generally doesn’t cover most inappropriate conduct, such as sexual and verbal harassment. Commonly enough, the employer may find that they’re not protected from the insurance company due to the offense not fitting within the set criteria in the policy. In fact, D&O policies can often lead to the employer discovering that… Read More>>

Deposition Procedure

Posted on July 2nd, 2015

There are a handful of strange things that can and will likely happen at your deposition when you are seeking out social security disability. One of the things that commonly happens is the opposition will simply sit and stare at you when you are done making a statement or answering a question, which can get very awkward. When this happens, simply do not say anything and wait for them to continue. They know that this is awkward and they are… Read More>>

Filing A ADA Claim

Posted on June 20th, 2015

The American's with Disability Act or "ADA" provides relief to individuals who belie that they have been denied accommodations to access to forums, venues, events and general facilities that the rest of the American public has access to. This would mean that a wheelchair bound person should be able to go to the same diner in the same building and have access to the same facilities that any other able body person would have. This would include curb cuts so… Read More>>

Employment Questions

Posted on June 19th, 2015

When you attend the deposition, there will likely be questions that are rather detailed. Your attorney can give you advice on how to answer these questions pertaining to your employment and employer. It's important that you answer all of the questions honestly and completely. You will likely be asked when and why you became involved with the employer. Give details about when you interviewed for the job and the process of applying. You might be asked about how you completed… Read More>>

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