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How to Remove an Owner from a Business

Nearly every business owner has had their doubts about being in business with a partner, or multiple partners. This is a common concern for virtually every business owner, at some point in time.  Sometimes, the business partner asking this question may be overvaluing his or her own self-worth, but more often, one partner is either […]

If I’m hurt at work, what will I get from workers compensation?

Northern Kentucky workers know that they likely have a rightful claim to compensation if they are hurt in an accident at work. However, actually obtaining these benefits can be rather complicated, and you may find it beneficial to make the effort to fully understand your rights. When you know your rights, you will be able […]

Ways to Avoid A Work Place Injury

Desk jobs at the office seem like a great way to avoid workplace injury since you are not operating dangerous equipment or walking through a Northern Kentucky job site where hazardous tasks are being performed. On the other hand, sitting down for prolonged periods of time means you are not getting the exercise your body […]

What to Expect When Returning to Work After an Injury

After being injured on the job, protecting your rights by filing a workers’ compensation claim is the clear first step — but understanding what happens next can be trickier. Once you’ve reached the “maximum medical improvement” defined by your doctor and going back to work becomes a possibility, what should you expect, particularly if you […]

Your Cell Phone and the Fourth Amendment

The Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects a citizen’s right to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures. Traditionally, the Fourth Amendment has been interpreted to say that individuals lack any protected Fourth Amendment interests in records that are possessed, owned and controlled only by a third […]