Got A Startup? 3 Reasons You Must Have An Employment Application

Startup businesses are usually pretty small, but it doesn't mean that you don't need some help to get your business off the ground. However, it is important that you realize that just because you are a small startup company that you still need to go through the process of using an employment application and all those other boring forms and paperwork like other businesses. There are good reasons for this, including the following three: Read More 

4 Car Wreck Fallacies To Avoid

If you have been injured in a car accident that was not your fault, you may find it all too easy to sit back, get well from your injuries, and allow the insurance companies to deal with the claim. You should know, however, that failing to keep a close eye on your claim could end up causing you to accept a less-than-fair settlement. Read on to learn more about the 4 car wreck fallacies to avoid. Read More 

Five Potential Age Discrimination Situations Every Business Owner Should Know

While most every business owner will tell you that they don't discriminate based on age, many would be surprised to find the subtle signs of age discrimination happening right under their noses. The problem is that many of these behaviors and beliefs are so subtle that staff and management alike fail to recognize them as the discrimination that they are. Here are a few such instances that you should be attentive to. Read More 

Tips For Negotiating The Best Settlement After An Automobile Accident

If you have recently been involved in an automobile accident where you were clearly not at fault, then it is important that you know how to get the best settlement possible to cover your damages. Even if you do not have any previous experience with negotiating a settlement with an insurance company, there are many time-tested strategies you can use to get the best settlement from even the most reluctant insurance company. Read More 

Four Actions That Could Make Your Divorce Harder

Coming to the conclusion that you want to get a divorce is already difficult. If you are planning to divorce, the first thing that you need to do is seek out a divorce attorney to find out what items and information you need to take inventory of. There are some actions that you may want to hold off on performing if you are planning a divorce. Here are four things that can change the terms of your divorce if you are currently filing or in the middle of preparing a divorce. Read More