Published on November 19th, 2019
The thought of having to contact a lawyer will make most of us squeamish. The last thing we want to do in life is to have a need for a lawyer in the first place.
However, there are times when you have to just jump in and contact a lawyer for your own good. Here are just a few of the times you should consider lawyering up!
1. Insurance Company Problems
It seems we spend all of this money on insurance premiums every month for our vehicles, home, and even our own lives but when something happens and we expect the insurance company to provide what we have been paying for, they disappear on us.
If you feel an insurance company is giving you the runaround and not honouring the agreement of your insurance policy when you need to make a claim, contact a lawyer and see if they can help.
Insurance companies are some of the biggest scammers you will come across and you do not have to just be at the mercy of their decisions. With a lawyer by your side, you can fight back.
2. When You Are Being Accused Of A Crime
Being accused by police of a crime that you had no part in is not much fun. In fact, they can make your life a living hell. There is a fine line between investigating a crime and harassment. Police can overstep that line quite frequently.
If you are being investigated for a crime, don’t wait until the charges have been filed. Contact a lawyer that will have your back and guide you through the process.
The legal system is not error-proof and the last thing you want is for them to put away an innocent behind bars.
3. Work Issues
Labour law relates to the rights and responsibilities of workers. It can many times help with the relationship between the employee and the employer.
With that in mind, you should seek advice from a labour lawyer if you have ever felt harassed at work, discriminated against, or improperly disciplined by your employer.
Furthermore, if the employer terminates you from your job and you feel it is unjust or possibly even illegal, a labour lawyer can help. Even if they are not able to get your job back, there could still be a settlement or severance package to help you on your way.