Need advice for legal matters in business?

February 6, 2018

Google has changed the way people work and live, but don’t you think we give it too much power? Google has not earned a medical or legal degree, and it has not run a successful business. Despite this, when you find yourself in a bind at work, I bet you sometimes go to Google for an answer.

Instead of turning to professor Google, we asked around to see where you could find valid online legal advice. This month, you don’t have to read these words of wisdom. You get to listen to them.

We bring you Ask a Lawyer from the Illinois State Bar Association.

Question: Can an employer terminate an employee for filing a workers’ compensation claim?


Question: What should an employer do after receiving notice of a workplace accident?


Question: What can I do to collect bills from a client who won’t pay?


These lawyers offer solid advice, but you should consult a lawyer in your own state to deal with employee- or company-related problems because state laws do vary. The Oklahoma State Bar Association, for instance, has a free place to start at Bar associations in all states have information to help you get started if you don’t already have a trusted source.

Google can be a lifesaver in some situations, and it has made life more efficient in many ways. But when it comes to legal matters, a trained professional is your best option.


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