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Can You Work While on Workers’ Compensation?

Employees who qualify for workers’ compensation benefits might consider continuing to work part-time or finding a less-demanding job elsewhere as they recover. The laws regarding whether or not you can work while on workers’ compensation will vary by state. In Nevada, an injured worker may be able to continue receiving workers’ compensation benefits as long as their wages are not equal to or greater than the wages they were making prior to the injury. However, your total...
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What to Exchange After an Accident

The actions you take at the scene of an accident and in the days following can have a big effect on whether you are compensated and how much. Gathering the right information is crucial. Here is what to exchange after an accident.   Name and Contact Information for All Parties The full names and contact information for every individual involved in the accident should be exchanged. That includes drivers, vehicle owners, passengers, and potential witnesses. Make sure to...
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What is a Demand Letter?

A demand letter is often a precursor to a lawsuit, and is used as a tactic to demand restitution or performance of an obligation from the recipient. A party that believes they have been wronged by the action or inaction of another party writes the demand letter (e.g. owe a debt, to settle a personal injury claim, etc.). The language within it can give an indication of the seriousness of the claim if it is well-crafted, and...
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How Does Company Car Insurance Work?

Having access to a company vehicle can be a privilege, but it is important to understand how company car insurance works in the event of a crash. In most cases, employees are protected from having to personally pay for damages. However, the accident may not be covered if an employee acted recklessly, or was not using it for a business-related purpose.  Company Car Insurance Claims Almost every state, including Nevada, requires that businesses carry commercial auto insurance....
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Who Pays for a Rental Car After an Accident?

The cost and hassle of dealing with a car accident is infuriating and confusing, especially if it wasn’t your fault. You’re left with immediate car repairs to cover and wondering how you’re going to get to work. The good news is, you have the right to a free rental car until yours is repaired, paid for by the at-fault party’s insurance company. However, insurers don’t often advertise that too clearly.  How to Pay for a Rental Car...
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