Are you getting ready for your first courtroom appearance? When you go to court, it's important that you respect the rules of the institution. Learn about courtroom etiquette, so you behave properly during your appearance.
At work, even when we're being the most careful, accidents can happen. No matter the work setting, whether that be an office, outdoors or in an industrial work environment, your employer is required to have workers compensation insurance (save for a few exceptions). If you or someone you know has just been injured on the job, they might have a lot of questions; claims can become confusing, stressful and at times, it can be difficult to work with your employer's insurance.
In our last blog, we covered the first half of our list of legal terms anyone involved in a civil case should be familiar with. This week, we'll finish our list and provide some closing insights about personal injury law and how you, as a personal injury victim, can proceed.
Unless you're a lawyer or another professional in the justice system, legal jargon might sound like a foreign language to you. However, it's important to be able to understand the procedures of the law and what certain terms mean, especially if you are a personal injury victim and are seeking legal action. In this two-part blog series, we'll define some common terms (courtesy of the State of Nebraska Judicial Branch), mostly related specifically to civil law, that are frequently tossed around in the legal sector to help further your understanding of your case.