Mesothelioma Patients: You Have Rights

Duis Vs. Diabetes: Why You Might Not Want To Drink If You Have The Condition

If you've been diagnosed with diabetes and are trying to adjust your lifestyle to fit your new health status, you might want to stop drinking. While drinking alcohol is itself not totally prohibited for many people with diabetes, a badly timed confluence of low blood glucose and a single drink can land you in real trouble. A severe case of low blood glucose can resemble being drunk, and if you've had anything to drink, no matter your actual blood alcohol level, you are going to have a tough time convincing people you weren't actually drunk -- if you survive. Read More 

How Can You Transfer Ownership Of A Home To One Spouse During Divorce?

Once you and your spouse decide on who is going to keep the home after the divorce, you need to ensure that the deed is solely in the name of the person retaining ownership. If you are the spouse retaining ownership, you can choose to file a quit claim deed or opt for an interspousal transfer. Before deciding which is best for your situation, it is important you understand how each works and under which situations each should be used. Read More 

What Are White Collar Crimes?

Since the release of the USA Network television series White Collar, nearly everyone has heard the phrase "white collar crimes." However, not everybody knows what white collar crimes are. The term was first coined in 1939 by Edwin Sutherland, who referred to it as "a crime committed by a person of respectability and high social status in the course of his occupation." There are many different types of white collar crimes that fall under this term. Read More 

If You Slip And Fall At A Pool, Can You Sue?

When you fall at a place of business, such as at a pool, you could potentially sue. The circumstances of the fall and the damages you sustained will determine whether or not suing would be worth your time. If you think that you have a case, your first course of action should be to contact a slip and fall attorney. When you meet with your slip and fall attorney, he or she will ask you a variety of questions. Read More 

Faqs About Temporary Total Disability

Temporary total disability is an option in certain situations after having an injury in the workplace. The disability payment is part of workers' compensation and is paid to you by your employer's insurance provider. Before requesting disability payments, you need to understand the eligibility criteria and application process.  What Are the Eligibility Criteria? To qualify for temporary total disability benefits, you must have an injury that is expected to keep you temporarily unable to work for a period of time. Read More