When Do I Need a Will?
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by Finderson Law Editor
1w ago
Wills. A scary concept for most, as the end-of-life planning and not knowing the future can be confusing and unfriendly. It’s common to hear that someone does not need a will because… “I don’t have any assets.” “I do not have kids, or I do not have a spouse.” “I am too young for that.” […] The post When Do I Need a Will? appeared first on Finderson Law ..read more
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What is Medical Payment Coverage (MPC) and Why Does It Matter?
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by Finderson Law Editor
1M ago
Medical Payment Coverage, or MPC, is a part of your automobile insurance policy in Indiana. In Florida, there is also a form called PIP, or Personal Injury Protection. If you are in legal or insurance circles, you can also hear this commonly referred to as “MedPay.” MedPay is the portion that helps pay for medical […] The post What is Medical Payment Coverage (MPC) and Why Does It Matter? appeared first on Finderson Law ..read more
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Finderson Law Celebrates Paralegal’s Graduation from Robert H. McKinney School of Law
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by Finderson Law Editor
2M ago
Finderson Law is proud to announce that Delaney Finderson, it’s paralegal of four years and administrative assistant of four years, graduated from the Robert H. McKinney School of Law on May 8, 2024, with a Doctorate of Jurisprudence. Delaney received the bronze level of recognition for working over fifty hours of pro bono service during […] The post Finderson Law Celebrates Paralegal’s Graduation from Robert H. McKinney School of Law appeared first on Finderson Law ..read more
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Ms. JD’s NWLSO Leadership Academy Intensive: Reigniting the Spark
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by Finderson Law Editor
3M ago
Delaney Finderson, our Legal Assistant, recently participated in Ms. JD’s NWLSO Leadership Academy Intensive in Chicago, and the event photos are finally here! This marked Delaney’s second time attending the intensive, and her enthusiasm for Ms. JD remains undimmed. “Ms. JD is a fantastic organization empowering women throughout every step of the law field,” Delaney […] The post Ms. JD’s NWLSO Leadership Academy Intensive: Reigniting the Spark appeared first on Finderson Law ..read more
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FCE – The Capability of You for Employment
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by Finderson Law Editor
3M ago
Another chunk of alphabet soup; an FCE seems intentionally designed to confuse. But, it is simply another piece of lingo familiar to those in the industry.  FCE stands for Functional Capacity Examination. Actually, it is a comprehensive assessment conducted by healthcare professionals, normally occupational therapists or physical therapists, to evaluate an individual’s physical and functional […] The post FCE – The Capability of You for Employment appeared first on Finderson Law ..read more
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I’m Being Deposed – A Big Legal Interview
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by Finderson Law Editor
4M ago
What is a deposition? A deposition is a formal, out-of-court oral testimony of a witness or party in a legal proceeding. It is part of the pre-trial discovery process, where each party gathers information and evidence from the opposing side. Depositions are conducted under oath and are usually recorded by a court reporter, who transcribes […] The post I’m Being Deposed – A Big Legal Interview appeared first on Finderson Law ..read more
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PPI: Another Alphabet Soup in Workers’ Compensation (Permanent Partial Impairment)
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by Finderson Law Editor
5M ago
Law in general has quite the range of acronyms, but this one is often a stumper. If you have not been in workers’ compensation for a while, then PPI may be more than unfamiliar. PPI stands for permanent partial impairment, and in Indiana, it likely means a numerical percentage rating. A permanent partial impairment (PPI) […] The post PPI: Another Alphabet Soup in Workers’ Compensation (Permanent Partial Impairment) appeared first on Finderson Law ..read more
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No Pain and Suffering—The Strange World of Workers’ Comp
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by Finderson Law Editor
6M ago
The Grand Bargain; The Great Compromise; or, as some call it, the crappy deal: worker’s compensation as a system.  Workers’ compensation developed in modern American legislation shortly after the Industrial Revolution when American workers began to cry out for more protection. The origin of the push began with writings by impassioned authors in 1906: Upton […] The post No Pain and Suffering—The Strange World of Workers’ Comp appeared first on Finderson Law ..read more
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Fault/Comparative Fault: The Sunshine State Edition
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by Finderson Law Editor
8M ago
In Florida, the personal injury scene is massive. But there isn’t a general understanding of how the fault system works. The system is based on negligence principles, similar to the rest of the country, but it operates differently.  Negligence is a legal concept that determines whether someone’s actions (or inactions) led to an injury to […] The post Fault/Comparative Fault: The Sunshine State Edition appeared first on Finderson Law ..read more
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Roger Finderson Sworn in as President-Elect of WILG 2024
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by Finderson Law Editor
8M ago
Finderson Law is pleased to announce that Roger Finderson was sworn in as the President-Elect of WILG during the 2023 WILG Annual Convention in Hawaii this month. Roger previously served as WILG Treasurer in 2023 and WILG Secretary in 2022. The impact of WILG The Workers’ Injury Law & Advocacy Group® (WILG) is a national, […] The post Roger Finderson Sworn in as President-Elect of WILG 2024 appeared first on Finderson Law ..read more
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