Between running the day-to-day operations of a profitable business and complying with various regulations, employers have heavy responsibilities. One responsibility that you must carefully handle is workers' compensation. Workers' compensation insurance is vital for both employers and workers, as it covers most injuries and illnesses incurred on the job.
Powers of attorney can be useful for financial matters and health care matters and are important for families in the Quad Cities to be familiar with. Personal planning services include powers of attorney to help individuals account for who they want to handle their financial or health care affairs if they become incapacitated for some reason.
When a medical professional in the Quad Cities has been accused of medical malpractice, it can be devastating to their career. Moreover, accusations of medical malpractice can have a ripple effect throughout the personal lives of medical professionals as well. As a result, it is important for medical professionals accused of medical malpractice to be familiar with medical malpractice defense options.
None of us will live forever, and most of us do not want to work forever either. If you own your own company, it is important to plan for your retirement or unexpected death. If your business is to be your legacy and continue beyond your involvement, you must engage in succession planning early enough to ensure your successor has all the necessary skills to replace you.
Selecting the best business form for a new business is one of the most important start-up steps. Oftentimes, this step can be overlooked and its importance undervalued but it should not be because the business form selected will impact taxation, management and liability concerns.
In a recent decision, attached hereto, Partner/Member Peter Thill prevailed on compensability of an alleged industrial disability claim by undermining the credibility of Claimant's medical expert, Dr. David Segal. VonspreckenMichael-5057238d.pdf
We are pleased to announce that effective January 1, 2019, Lori Scardina-Utsinger is a member/partner of the firm.