Carrasco Family Law Blog

What To Wear And What Not To Wear For Courtroom Success

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If you have a criminal charge pending and a visit to a courtroom in your future, you would do well to pay special attention to how you dress in court. If you are of the mindset that appearance doesn’t matter, think again, particularly if your case is being heard in front of a jury. You can actually harm you chances for success by choosing an inappropriate ensemble, so read on to about what to wear and what not to wear to make an impression in the courtroom. Read More»

Facing Bankruptcy? 4 Ways To Rebuild Your Credit

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If you’re looking at the possibility of bankruptcy, you might be thinking that your credit will be ruined. While bankruptcy will put a ding in your credit for a while—it will stay on your credit report for 7 to 10 years—there are ways to start rebuilding as soon as your bankruptcy is discharged. Here are four simple ways you can rebuild your credit after bankruptcy. Stick to a Budget Once you’ve filed for bankruptcy, you’ll need to be careful with your finances, especially if you want to avoid future problems. Read More»

2 Reasons Your Employer May Fight Your Worker's Compensation Claim & How You Should Respond Back

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If you are getting ready to file a worker’s compensation claim, you need to expect some resistance from your employer in regards to your claim. Here are two reasons why your worker’s compensation claim may be fought against by your employer. #1 Employer May Not Believe Injury is Serious One reason employers fight employees on worker’s compensation claims is because they don’t believe that the employee actually suffered from a serious injury that warranted medical attention and recovery time off from work. Read More»

Own A Small Business? Don't Be Fooled By These Workers Comp Insurance Myths

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When your business is more on the reserved side and your financial gain isn’t massive, the thought of investing in business insurance can be a threatening idea, especially when it comes to workers compensation insurance. As the owner of a small business, there is no doubt that you will be stressed with the fact that you have to keep your costs low where insurance is concerned, but workers comp insurance is one service you just cannot skip because most states do require you to carry it. Read More»

About Suing Your Employer For A Maritime Injury

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Were you badly injured during the process of performing a task for your employer in the maritime industry? It is possible that your employer is responsible for your injury, and you can find out with the help of a lawyer. You can file a lawsuit that will give you the money needed for your medical expenses so you can avoid a bad financial situation. In this article, you will learn what a lawyer can do to help build your case and win a settlement. Read More»