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Are Security Searches Affecting Your Wages? They Very Well Might Be!

California Security Search Wage Violations In California, many employees are required to go through security searches before their shifts begin or after their shifts end without pay.  Illegal work practices can include searching employees’ bags, purses, backpacks, and personal devices after they clocked out to end their shift or before they clocked in.  Pay practices Read More


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U.S. Insurers Pressured to Pay Business Loss Claims Due To Coronavirus

Reuters Reports the following: U.S. commercial insurers face mounting political pressure to cover claims from businesses that are losing revenue because of coronavirus shutdowns ordered by state and local governments. Insurers have begun rejecting claims from restaurants and other businesses affected by the coronavirus crisis as more lawmakers consider forcing them to pay out for Read More


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Nursing Home Neglect: Coronavirus Nursing Home Lawsuits Filed

COVID-19 Nursing Home Lawsuits Being Filed As we continue to endure the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, it’s being revealed that the virus is disproportionately affecting elderly patients. Now, in most of these patients, including older and sickly nursing home residents, we’re seeing that coronavirus can be quite lethal. Due to this, it is imperative for Nursing Read More





COVID-19 Financial Assistance Programs; Your Full List, Here

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COVID-19 Financial Assistance Programs; Your Full List, Here

As we move through this COVID-19 Crisis as a nation, Consider The Consumer will continue to do our best to outline scams we must look out for, good news happening around the world, and the financial assistance available for those in need. The following piece is taken directly from Debt.org, and it outlines Coronavirus Financial Read More