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May 2016 Archives

Insurance bad faith: When you don’t get what you pay for

If you suffered damages in an accident, are expecting payment for a home insurance claim or have another insurance issue, you have a good reason to expect the company to follow through on payment that is due. After all, you are paying for your coverage, and the purpose of Nevada insurance companies is to reimburse policyholders when applicable. When an insurance company fails to make payments you are entitled to, you may be dealing with a bad faith situation. At Aldrich Law Firm, Ltd., we understand how frustrating this can be.

Understanding the grounds for appealing a judgment

If you are unhappy with the outcome of a civil trial in which you were a litigant, is it correct that you can appeal the verdict? Not necessarily. Many people think that they can appeal a case under any circumstances. At the Aldrich Law Firm, Ltd., we understand the common questions that Las Vegas residents might have regarding the grounds for a civil appeal.

How do you address customer worries during a company change?

You would probably agree with most Las Vegas business owners that customer service is at the top of the list for the ongoing success and growth of your company. Provide inferior services, or change the way your company is run in a way that customers don’t like, and they are likely to take their business elsewhere. This is especially true during a merger, acquisition or simple change in management processes. Any of these situations may make some changes to your company’s operations that can impact a customer’s experience.

Food processing companies accused of denying workers breaks

Employees in Nevada are entitled to meal and restroom breaks during the course of their employment. Unfortunately, there may be companies that take advantage of their workers and fail to allow them the breaks they need and deserve. Denying employees of their right to have breaks during their shifts is not only uncomfortable and unhealthy, but it may open the door to an employment lawsuit. Therefore, it is imperative for business owners to ensure their management is aware of company break policies and allows employees to take care of their meal and hygiene needs in a fair and reasonable manner.

Creating a fair noncompete clause for businesses and employees

As a business owner, you want to make sure your interests are protected, which include trade secrets and the loyal client base you’ve worked hard to build. Naturally, you would not want your employees leaving the company using information they learned while in your employ to create a similar business and take your customers. While a little competition in Las Vegas can be good, at Aldrich Law Firm, Ltd., we understand the differences between healthy and unfair competition. You may be able to protect your trade secrets and limit unfair competition by having your employees sign noncompete agreements. It is just as important to ensure these agreements are fair for those in your employ.

How can you protect children from backyard drowning accidents?

With Las Vegas’ scorching summer temperatures just around the corner, you and your family may be ready to enjoy some fun in the water. Whether you have a backyard swimming pool or visit a community pool, it is vital that your children are protected from drowning accidents. Taking measures to safeguard a swimming pool and to understand water safety basics are important steps every parent should know.

The importance of developing a strong, unique trademark

A recent blog post discussed the ways in which Las Vegas companies may protect their intellectual property. As an image, slogan or logo, company trademarks are one intellectual property aspect that is important to protect and to prevent other businesses from infringing upon. Therefore, creating a strong trademark that is recognizable is a wise move.

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