Property fraud is on the rise, and each day, it seems like fraudsters discover a new angle of depriving landlords and tenants of their hard earned money. The fact is that property fraud can hit you from any direction, and hence, you should take measures to ensure you are not caught unawares. Who Is At Risk Of Property Fraud? Property fraud happens when someone fakes another person's property ownership documents like title deeds and uses the fake documents to sell the property or obtain a mortgage.
After getting injured on the job, your employer's insurance carrier should provide compensation for your medical bills and other such expenses. In some cases this is a simple process, if your injury was relatively minor and obviously the fault of your employer. You may not need to call a lawyer in that case and may be able to return to work soon enough. However, not all cases are that simple and you may need to call a compensation lawyer to assist you.
If you receive notice that there has been a claim against your company's public liability insurance it's important that you act appropriately to ensure you don't put your business at risk. Here are the steps you should take if you receive notice of a claim. Gather All Your Internal Facts Based on the data that you have in the letter, you should gather any accessible internal information. For instance, if you have the dates of the event, it can be useful to work out which staff members were on call that day and contact them to get their statements or records of the event, gather any internal reports on the incident and make sure that any footage is preserved.
One of the best ways of caring for your loved ones is by preparing them for the inevitable eventualities in life, death. The succession of property can be a problem especially in cases where the beneficiaries cannot agree on a way of administrating over your property. However, in your absence, you can save them the trouble of deciding on who takes over what, through a will. It gives you the power to distribute and assert authority over all your property in your absence or incapacity.
Seeing a parent grow older and start to struggle with their daily care can be difficult for an adult child, but sometimes you as that child needs to step in and take over their care. In many cases, it's good to first talk to a family lawyer so you are protected from any accusations you may face when it comes to the care of your parents and especially their finances. It can also be good for parents and their adult children to meet with these attorneys together so that everyone knows their rights and options in certain circumstances.