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July

What Happens After You Declare Bankruptcy?

Declaring bankruptcy is a rough time in anyone’s life. Several people are under the impression that filing in the first place means that your financial life is essentially over. This is not true in so many ways. In fact, bankruptcy is a convention that was set up to help those who are financially struggling to recover in a graceful manner. There are certain disadvantages to filing for bankruptcy but, in most cases, the benefits outweigh the drawbacks. However, in this article, we will discuss a number of ways to put your life back together after filing for one. Getting your finances back to a good standing is difficult but not impossible. After contacting a Baltimore bankruptcy attorney and…

5
January

Workers Compensation Exception to General Rule: Employee will not Receive Benefits if Injured while Going to or Coming from Work

Most employees are covered by workers’ compensation. This insurance protects workers that are injured as a result of work related accidents and diseases. This insurance however generally does not cover people while traveling to or from their place of employment, the so-called ‘going and coming rule”. On Christmas eve 1963, one Richard Whaley was employed as a “hot walker” at what was then known as Bowie Race Course. His duties consisted of walking the horses belonging to his employer and when it was necessary assisting the groom in caring for the horses. “Whaley’s job did not require him to actually be on duty twenty-four hours a day but he was expected to be at the stables with the…

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