Workers’ Compensation Law – Why Should I Hire A Lawyer?

Workers’ Compensation Law – Why Should I Hire A Lawyer?

Most seek an attorney when their claims are denied or are receiving improper treatment for their injury. Some of the other reasons that you may choose to work with a lawyer include: •The injury happened at work, but a third-party vendor rather than your employer is responsible. •A defective product caused your injury, making you […]

Notary Public Training Course

Notary Public Training Course

Limited to 10 persons. Must show proof of vaccination. NO WALK-INS. PRE-PAID. This New York Notary Public Training course is designed to educate individuals with the legal terminology, concepts and clauses contained in the framework of the New York State Notary booklet. Cost includes materials and information on: Supplemental Study Guide Notary Fact Sheet Practical […]

Fire Your Landlord Seminar

Fire Your Landlord Seminar

According to the Federal Reserve’s 2020 Survey of Consumer Finances, if you’re a homeowner, chances are you’re worth much more than someone who rents. Homeowners have a net worth that is more than 40 times greater than their renter counterparts, which reinforces the idea that owning a home is a smart financial move. What are […]

Do You Need Help With Your Credit?

Do You Need Help With Your Credit?

Credit is a critical component of your financial power. It facilitates things that you need in life such as a loan for a house, car or a credit card, based on your promise to pay later. Having great credit makes all the difference. Working to improve your credit helps ensure you’ll qualify for loans when […]

ICE Fails to Provide Basic Oversight of Solitary Confinement and Unlawfully Destroys Records

ICE Fails to Provide Basic Oversight of Solitary Confinement  and Unlawfully Destroys Records

Demonstrators call to “Free Them All” during an Abolish ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) protest for Javier Maradiaga on February 15, 2021 in New York City. (Shutterstock) By Emily Creighton U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has been known to improperly subject individuals in its custody to solitary confinement and has destroyed solitary confinement records […]

Bill Protecting Immigrants from Blackmail Becomes Law in NY

Bill Protecting Immigrants from Blackmail Becomes Law in NY

Governor Hochul speaks before signing package of bills to fight opioid crisis with activists and elected officials at her side at John Jay College. – New York, NY – October 7, 2021 (Shutterstock) Elmont, NY: On October 9, 2021, Governor Kathy Hochul signed legislation aimed at protecting vulnerable immigrant New Yorkers from those who would […]

Haiti Faces Disasters and Chaos. Its People are Most Likely to be Denied U.S. Asylum

Haiti Faces Disasters and Chaos. Its People are Most Likely to be Denied U.S. Asylum

 Haitian migrant families wait in front of the Mexican Commission for Refugee Assistance to request refuge in Mexico. – Mexico City, Mexico – September 23, 2021 (Shutterstock) By Marisa Peñaloza, NPR Like thousands of Haitians, Gibbens Revolus, his wife, Lugrid, and their 2-year-old son, Diego, made the treacherous journey to the U.S.-México border from Chile […]

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