The COVID-19 pandemic forced the legal industry to change on a dime. Find out what the biggest changes were and whether the changes are here to stay.
Fewer people were driving in 2020, but more people died in traffic accidents. The biggest factor? Speeding on less congested roads.
Florida’s new law protects businesses from being sued if an employee is infected with COVID-19. Here’s what you should know:
What happens if you contract COVID-19 at work in Indiana? Can you receive benefits under Indiana’s Occupational Disease Act or sue your employer for damages?
How will receiving a COVID-19 stimulus check affect my Social Security or workers’ compensation benefits? We answer common questions…
The coronavirus pandemic has raised many unprecedented legal questions, particularly regarding an employer’s liability if an employee or customer contracts an infectious disease on company premises. While many state legislatures […]
Each year since 2017, Enjuris has sponsored a privately-funded scholarship essay contest in which we give a prompt to college students. For example, in the past we’ve addressed topics such […]
COVID-19 has changed everything about our way of life. How might a declaration of martial law impact your ability to get medical treatment for an accident or injury?…
The CDC has issued guidelines for how employers can safely bring workers back to work during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s what you need to know:
Inmates can sue a jail or prison for negligence, but they face certain obstacles that non-inmates don’t face when filing a lawsuit.