When first looking at the catalog of Visas the United States has to offer, one can be perplexed and overwhelmed as an immigrant. Thankfully resources such as law firms allow us to make the right decision when picking a Visa that is right for us.Continue
The National Safety Council reports that around 4.8 million people were injured in car crashes in the US in 2020. Despite stay-at-home orders and stay at home orders, vehicle-related fatality rates still increased 24% in the last year. Here are some of the top reasons for car accidents.Continue
The short answer: no, but your employer can fire you citing other reasons.
Most states, including California, have laws barring employers from retaliation against their employees when they file a workers compensation claim. Retaliation does not just include firing, but also demotions, pay cuts, threats to termination, or any other disciplinary discrimination. If an employer unjustly fires an employee because of a workers’ compensation claim, the employee has grounds for a wrongful termination lawsuit.Continue
Ever since President Trump first attempted to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, (DACA) program in 2017, the policy has become one of the most intensely debated topics in the country’s political and legal battlegrounds. What is DACA? Who qualifies? And what is happening now?Continue